Thursday assorted links

1. Interferon treatments probably work against Covid-19.  And NYT coverage.  But a better system of clinical trials is needed.

2. “Taking your dog for walks twice a day for at least an hour in total could soon become the law in Germany.”  And: “A spokeswoman for the agriculture ministry said it was very unlikely private dog owners would receive police visits to check whether they had taken their pooch for a walk.”  And: “The French have the unfortunate distinction of being the European “champions” for abandoning pets that have become too cumbersome for their summer trips.

3. Heckman curve update update.

4. A thread on SalivaDirect.

5. Home field advantage seems to be gone in baseball, left with the crowds.

6. Best Korean films of the new century.

7. Gerald Gaus has passed away.


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