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The Utter Cringeworthiness of Scrolling Through Instagram During a Pandemic

Let’s normalize the social-media Covid disclosure

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For health journalists like me — and, I suppose, for basically any well-informed person who believes in science and cares about public health and, like, the greater good — social media has become an utter minefield. (Social media has always been a…

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Anna Maltby

Anna Maltby

Editor and writer. Past: Elemental, Real Simple, Refinery29, SELF. Certified personal trainer; prenatal and postnatal exercise specialist. Cat & person mom.

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