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Thu. 05/28 - Can Biomarkers Tell Us How COVID-19 Affects People Differently?

Thu. 05/28 - Can Biomarkers Tell Us How COVID-19 Affects People Differently?

Is the coronavirus more dependent on super spreaders than we thought? Research indicates possible biological markers to determine how severely an individual will react to COVID-19. And how the decline of local journalism is taking a toll on America’s small towns. Plus, will we be able to trust our memories of this time? Cannibalistic dinosaurs. And why oranges are sold in red mesh bags.Sponsors:OurCrowd, info.ourcrowd.com/goodnewsBeachbody on Demand, Text "briefing" to 303030Links:Here’s the Latest Good (and Bad) News About the Coronavirus (NY Magazine)The Demise of Local News Is a Pandemic Emergency (The Atlantic)How Will We Remember the Coronavirus Pandemic? (Discover)Frazier History Museum's 'Coronavirus Capsule' records a pandemic lifestyle as it happens (Courier Journal)Jurassic dinosaur Allosaurus may have been a cannibal (CNET)Why Oranges Come In Red Bags (Mental Floss)

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