<div dir="ltr"><div><a href="https://www.nytimes.com/article/how-to-read-a-science-study-coronavirus.html?action=click&block=more_in_recirc&impression_id=435423001&index=1&pgtype=Article&region=footer">https://www.nytimes.com/article/how-to-read-a-science-study-coronavirus.html?action=click&block=more_in_recirc&impression_id=435423001&index=1&pgtype=Article&region=footer</a></div><div><div class="gmail-css-1sojcmr ehdk2mb0"><h1 id="gmail-link-3cec77d5" class="gmail-css-kzuvc5 e1h9rw200">How You Should Read Coronavirus Studies, or Any Science Paper</h1></div><p class="gmail-css-h99hf e1wiw3jv0">Published scientific research, like any piece of writing, is a peculiar literary genre.</p><p class="gmail-css-h99hf e1wiw3jv0"><br></p><p class="gmail-css-h99hf e1wiw3jv0">Helen-Ann Brown Epstein  MLS,MS,AHIP,FMLA</p><p class="gmail-css-h99hf e1wiw3jv0">Informationist      Virtua Health</p><p class="gmail-css-h99hf e1wiw3jv0"><a href="mailto:hepstein@virtua.org">hepstein@virtua.org</a><br></p></div></div>