Behavioral scientists hired by advertising agencies use psychology to influence habits.
Florence Nightingale used data and creativity to alter the course of human health.
Gertrude Elion's role in developing drugs made her a pioneer of modern medicine.
Alexander Fleming's untidy desk becomes the key to a major scientific breakthrough.
In London, Black and Asian communities face a higher risk of death from COVID-19.
Thomas Jefferson becomes an early champion of vaccines, even at the experimental stage.
Dr. Corbett and Dr. Fauci explain how vaccines are now developed rapidly.
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