Emma Frances Bloomfield In The News

Profile: Emma Frances Bloomfield

December 23, 2020
Remember Cousin Eddie — Randy Quaid’s lovable buffoon in National Lampoon’s Vacation series?
December 22, 2020
Fitness instructor Shauna Harrison's Instagram feed consists of simple workout routines and yoga stretches she shares with her 84,000 followers.
December 17, 2020
Reality check: COVID doesn’t care about you. It feels no compassion, no regret about the millions it’s killed. It isn’t concerned with the time of year, or the news cycle, or politics. It’s not taking a break for Christmas. It definitely doesn’t care that we’re all burnt out and tired of hearing about it.
December 4, 2020
Two different realities seem to have emerged during the pandemic. In one world, you have people trying to wrap their minds around growing numbers of COVID-19 deaths (272,525 in the U.S. as of Dec. 3).1 Masks have become a must in public, and many people have been avoiding non-essential activities.
December 1, 2020
It’s been eight months and 20 days since the W-H-O formally declared COVID-19 a pandemic. And yet, it sure doesn’t feel that way out there in the world. In the spring, the roads were eerily quiet. With not only schools, restaurants and entertainment venues closed — but also most stores and offices — there were few places for people to go. Not so, today. And yet, the pandemic is as bad as it’s ever been.
November 23, 2020
While the US contends with a huge surge in cases and record hospitalizations, federal inaction has forced local officials to adopt their own rules and messaging, creating a patchwork of confusing regulations that differ across the country, and are constantly changing. Polls suggest Americans are exhausted.
September 22, 2020
Climate change is an increasingly divisive topic due in part to widespread misinformation. All the myths floating around make it hard to separate climate fact from climate fiction. Sarah A. Green, PhD, a chemistry professor at Michigan Technological University, says debunking these myths can help us plan for a better future.
August 20, 2020
In an interview with Fox News last month, President Donald Trump called Anthony Fauci, the country's top infectious disease expert, an "alarmist," using a pejorative straight from the playbook of those who deny the science behind climate change. Fauci rejected the characterization, describing himself as a "realist."