Deborah Netburn is a features writer at the Los Angeles Times. Endlessly curious, she’s covered a wide variety of topics since starting at the paper in 2006, including entertainment, home and garden, national news, technology and science. She’s hung out with Tibetan monks in the Pacific Palisades, seen seahorses at the bottom of Alamitos Bay and spent time with the working witches of Los Angeles. She is always looking for a good story.
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Scientists are urging their colleagues to dig deeper into the origins of the coronavirus behind the pandemic, including the possibility of a lab escape.
Los funcionarios del condado de Los Ángeles dicen que la vacuna de Pfizer se ofrecerá a los preadolescentes y a los adolescentes más jóvenes una vez que los CDC confirmen la recomendación de la FDA
L.A. County officials say the Pfizer vaccine will be offered to pre-teens and younger teens once the CDC affirms the FDA’s recommendation, which may happen Wednesday.
Vaccine hesitancy is making herd immunity for COVID-19 seem more elusive than ever. Could that change once the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is authorized for children as young as 12?
In the COVID-19 era, my 12-year-old played more video games than ever. What kind of parent was I to allow this? But then I talked to experts.
What kinds of activities are safe for families to do when the adults are fully vaccinated but the kids aren’t?
Parece que estamos en la cúspide de la vuelta a la vida normal, pero para muchas personas, la transición de vuelta a los tiempos de antes está resultando mucho más complicada de lo que esperábamos.
We seem to be on the cusp of returning to normal life, but for many people, transitioning back to Before Times is proving to be a lot more fraught than we expected.
Reports of blood clots among those who got Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine may make some recipients anxious. Here’s how to handle those feelings.
Con las vacunas COVID-19 cada vez más disponibles, es difícil que algunas personas no se sientan excluidas.