Has Omicron peaked? An unexpected source offers clues.

Not everyone is getting tested for COVID-19, therefore positive tests are not indicative of all existing cases. Something everyone does do? "Basically, everybody poops," says professor Neil Maniar. He and Jared Auclair offer wastewater as a better measure of the population's cases.
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The best way to get back to normal after devastating tornadoes? Just start somewhere.

As residents in America’s heartland grapple with grief and devastation following Friday’s tornado outbreak, shaken survivors may find small steps to recovery come from a return to simple routine, such as a visit to the dog park or a chance to bring the kids ice skating, says Daniel Aldrich, a Northeastern professor who studies post-disaster […]
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