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Wed. 05/27 - Are Planes the Safest Way to Travel Right Now?

Wed. 05/27 - Are Planes the Safest Way to Travel Right Now?

A third of Americans now show signs of clinical anxiety and depression. A round-up of where and how the virus spreads, including how safe you may be on planes and going into the office. Plus, the details behind the futuristic SpaceX flight suits. The woman on TikTok trying to trade a bobby pin for a house. And a soothing soundscape of narwhals.Sponsors:Beachbody on Demand, Text "briefing" to 303030OurCrowd, info.ourcrowd.com/goodnewsLinks:More People Are Taking Drugs for Anxiety and Insomnia, and Doctors Are Worried (Wall Street Journal)A third of Americans now show signs of clinical anxiety or depression, Census Bureau finds amid coronavirus pandemic (Washington Post)How Covid Spreads (CDC)Where Coronavirus Spreads (Christopher Mims, Twitter)That Office AC System Is Great — at Recirculating Viruses (New York Magazine)What Parents Should Know About Coronavirus as Kids Return to Babysitters, Day Cares and Camps (ProPublica)Boeing and Airbus Study How Coronavirus Behaves During Air Travel (Wall Street Journal)How an Immunology Blog Became a Covid-19 Guide to Going Out (Wired)Nasa SpaceX launch: Evolution of the spacesuit (BBC)One Red PaperclipCan a bobby pin be traded up to a house? A woman on TikTok is trying to find out (Boing Boing)TradeMeProject (Instagram)TradeMeProject (TikTok)Scientists Record Rarely Heard Sounds Made by Narwhals (Gizmodo)

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