Even as COVID-19 cases are surging to new heights across the U.S., it makes sense that people are likely to be more lax in their precautions than during the early days of the crisis, experts in risk perception say.
By Fedor Kossakovski
While the world grappled with managing COVID-19, millions found routine appointments deferred or canceled. Two doctors offer suggestions for making those return trips safer.
By Rebekah Rollston, Margot Savoy, The Conversation
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