Elizabeth Weise, Enquirer

Elizabeth Weise


San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Elizabeth:

The first US coronavirus patients are being treated with convalescent plasma therapy. Will it work? Not even the doctors know.

Will it work? Convalescent plasma therapy has a mixed history of success, but doctors are willing to try amid ongoing efforts against the pandemic. → Read More

8 strains of the coronavirus are circling the globe. Here's what clues they're giving scientists.

Scientists sequenced the genomes of eight coronavirus strains circling the globe providing hints about the effectiveness of efforts to halt the virus. → Read More

The US is confronting coronavirus without the CDC. It's 'like fighting with one hand tied behind your back,' ex-director says.

The United States' response to the COVID-19 epidemic is haphazard, uncoordinated and sorely missing the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control. → Read More

Working from home because of coronavirus? Be careful what you download to keep cybersafe

Tips from cybersecurity experts to keep you safe and your computer (and boss) happy while you're working from home during the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Scientists in all-out global effort to find a vaccine for coronavirus — 41 in the works

Thousands of scientists worldwide are working to create vaccines against the new coronavirus. At least 41 are in the works now, according to WHO. → Read More

German vaccine company CureVac says no offers from Trump to buy exclusive vaccine access

A German biotech company says it did not receive an offer from President Trump to buy exclusive access to a coronavirus vaccine. → Read More

Scientists chase two fronts in how to treat coronavirus, but 'there's no magic drug right now'

Scientists are working to find effective COVID-19 treatments but caution not to self-medicate or hoard drugs like chloroqhine as possible candidates. → Read More

Amazon's Jeff Bezos launches $10-billion Bezos Earth Fund to fight climate change

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced Monday he was committing $10 billion of his personal fortune to fight climate change with the Bezos Earth Fund. → Read More

Like a 'second wife': Wind energy gives American farmers a new crop to sell in tough times

In an increasingly precarious time for the nation’s farmers and ranchers, some in the wind belt have a new commodity to sell — access to the wind. → Read More

Climate change: If you worry about global warming, the next car you buy should be electric

If you're concerned about climate change, the next car you buy should be electric so the shift from fossil fuels can to be well underway by 2030. → Read More

No more fire in the kitchen: Cities are banning natural gas in homes to save the planet

Thirteen cities and one county in California have passed building codes encouraging — or requiring — all-electric appliances in new homes. → Read More

'How dare you?' Read Greta Thunberg's emotional climate change speech to UN and world leaders

Swedish activist Greta Thunberg gave an angry and emotional speech to hundreds of world leaders at the United Nations in New York City on Monday. → Read More

'It's our future that's at stake': US students plan to skip school Friday to fight climate 'emergency'

Tens of thousands of high school students in cities nationwide plan to skip class Friday to attend Global Climate Strike marches. → Read More

Ocean heatwave known as 'the blob' warms up sea off West Coast, threatening animals

The so-called blob covers an area of 4 million square miles, or three times the size of Alaska. → Read More

As Earth faces climate catastrophe, US set to open nearly 200 power plants

There are as many as 177 natural gas power plants currently planned, under construction or announced in the United States. → Read More

Jeffrey Epstein is 'gone, but justice still must be served': Accusers say they feel robbed

After the apparent suicide of Jeffrey Epstein, women who say he raped them are angry and want authorities to continue the investigation. → Read More

Gunman who killed 3 at Gilroy Garlic Festival identified as Santino William Legan, 19

Authorities in California identify the gunman whose rampage at the Gilroy Garlic Festival left three people dead and at least a dozen injured. → Read More

Global warming could mean fewer fish for sport fishing, more die-offs across US

Scientists and sport fishing officials across the U.S. warn global warming could have consequences for ecosystems, as well as sport fishing industries. → Read More

Secret Border Patrol Facebook group was awful, not unexpected, say experts

A secret Border Patrol Facebook group that came to light Monday was full of racist, sexist and violent memes. But nothing's truly private online. → Read More

More dogs are getting sick as climate changes pushes diseases into new parts of the US

SAN FRANCISCO — As if this year's storms, floods and heat... → Read More