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Greyson, Devon. 2021. "School Kids and Faculty Should Mask Up -- Will They?" Medpage Today. July 30. 

Balzer, B. Laura, and Whitcomb, W. Brian. 2020. "Coronavirus deaths in San Francisco vs. New York: What Causes Such Big Differences in Cities' Tolls?" The Conversation. June 2. 

Basu, Deepankar, and Priyanka Srivastava. 2020. "Corona Response: Sri Lanka leads in South Asia." Daily News. May 12.

Spencer, Rebecca. 2020. "Napping helps preschoolers unlock their full potential for learning." The Conversation. May 20.

Zoeller, R. Thomas. 2020. "From Coronavirus to Chemicals - When the Government Ignores Science, Americans Die.Environmental Health News. April 10.

Rowen, Jamie. 2020. "8 Ways Veterans are Particularly at Risk From the Coronavirus Pandemic." The Conversation. April 16. 

Ready, Becky. 2020. "COVID-19, Older Adults, and Loneliness.Psychology Today. March 11.

Vandenberg, Laura N., and R. Thomas Zoeller. 2019. "Thinking Through the EPA's Commitment to Eliminate the Use of Mammals in Toxicity Testing.Environmental Health News. September 20.

Blaustein, Jeffrey. 2018. "Can Treating Breast Cancer Harm a Brain?" The Spoke. April 27.

Kang, Miliann. 2018. "Paralympics Reflections, 1988 to 2018.The Korea Times. March 23.

Zoeller, R. Thomas. 2018. "The Consequences of Status Quo Chemical Policy are Becoming Increasingly Clear.Environmental Health News. December 6.

Blaustein, Jeffrey. 2016. “What Women with Breast Cancer Should Know About Estrogens.” The Conversation. December 5. 

Tyson, Julian. 2015. “Are We Eating Too Much Arsenic? We Need Better Tests to Know.” The Conversation. May 7.

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