Worth reading: Lessons from Texas, H7N9, and putting pedestrians first

A few of the recent pieces I've liked:

Mike Elk in the Washington Post: The Texas fertilizer plant explosion cannot be forgotten

Laurie Garrett in Foreign Policy: The Big One? Is China covering up another flu pandemic -- or getting it right this time? (About the H7N9 flu, which has been confirmed in 108 patients in China)

Kari Lyderson at Reporting on Health: 'That Feeling Doesn't Go Away': Mental Health and Undocumented Children

David Schultz in Kaiser Health News: Nurses Fighting State by State for Minimum Staffing Laws

Emily Badger at Atlantic Cities: New Chicago Plan: Pedestrians Come First

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