Lauren Weber is public health policy reporter for HuffPost based in Washington, D.C. She reports on a variety of global and national public health issues, including everything from Ebola and hepatitis A outbreaks to the health of migrant detainees. She is also a 2017 USC Annenberg Health Journalism National Fellow. Weber formerly was the creator and editor of The Morning Email, HuffPost's weekday rundown of the news, that she launched and grew to nearly a million subscribers. She was a 2018 Webby honoree and 2018 Digiday Publishing Awards finalist for The Morning Email. She was also previously the voice of HuffPost on Amazon Echo for the morning briefing. Weber is a graduate of Georgetown University and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A controversial federal prison complex in Victorville, California, that is currently housing roughly 800 immigration detainees
Ebola. MERS. Zika. Nipah virus. Lassa fever. Rift Valley fever. All were in active outbreaks in June.
19/07/2018 2:53 AM IST
The world is under threat from the growing risks of potentially pandemic diseases.
07/06/2018 4:40 AM IST
The Democratic Republic of Congo has confirmed a case of Ebola in Wangata, one of the health zones of the regional capital
17/05/2018 3:39 AM IST
The potentially deadly disease is on the rise in homeless and drug-using populations across the country.
16/03/2018 3:16 PM IST
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