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Aerosols bigger coronavirus threat than WHO guidelines suggest, what to know

(THE CONVERSATION) When someone coughs, talks or even breathes, they send tiny respiratory droplets into the surrounding air. The smallest of these droplets can float for hours, and there is strong evidence that they can carry live coronavirus if the person is infected.
Until this week, however, the risk from these aerosols wasn ... (full story)

The deep influence of the A-bomb on anime and manga

(THE CONVERSATION) At the end of Katsuhiro Otomo's dystopian Japanese anime film Akira, a throbbing, white mass begins to envelop Neo-Tokyo. Eventually, its swirling winds engulf the metropolis, swallowing it whole and leaving a skeleton of a city in its wake.
The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki – along with the ... (full story)

9th District affirms Akron murder co-defendant’s convictions

The 9th District Court of Appeals has affirmed the convictions of a man’s role in an Akron murder.
Dexter Moore was convicted by a Summit County jury of one count each of complicity to commit felonious assault and one count of obstructing justice. Prior to trial, the state moved to dismiss an aggravated robbery count with ... (full story)

Survey shows pandemic impacted plans of some 2020 HS grads

As educators and officials continue to mull over how to bring students back to their classrooms safely, a recent survey released by Junior Achievement USA finds nearly half of all 2020 high school graduates reported changing their post-graduation plans as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the JA COVID Grads Survey, ... (full story)

What US medical supply chain can learn from the fashion industry

(THE CONVERSATION) The shortage of crucial medical supplies, especially personal protective equipment, has crippled the United States' ability to quell the COVID-19 pandemic.
At least 54,000 nursing home residents and workers have died from COVID-19 in the U.S. as of June 26. This is a staggering number when compared to nursing ... (full story)