Discover along with eight-year-old Kelly the science behind the COVID-19 illness, viral transmission, basic epidemiology, and social distancing needed to protect your kids and community. Dr. Lauren Block MD MPH, a primary care physician and medical educator and Dr. Adam Block PhD, a health economist and public health professor, are parents of three curious kids.
After months treating COVID-19 patients in New York City this is what we teach our children about the science behind the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the only children's book that goes into depth on the science behind the spread of coronavirus, how the virus causes the symptoms it does, and how vaccines contribute to herd immunity. You and your children will understand why the virus spreads so rapidly, how handwashing and social distancing can prevent transmission, how kids can help others during the pandemic, how people who become ill are treated in the hospital, and how you can protect your family from infection. This book is geared for younger children and written in plain language to be informative and hold their attention
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About the Author
Lauren Block MD MPH is a primary care physician, medical educator, and mom of three. She graduated from Yale College, Harvard Medical School, and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. As Associate Professor at Zucker School of Medicine, she sees patients, teaches residents and medical students, and researches educational redesign. She loves teaching her kids about science and medicine.
Adam E. Block, PhD is a health economist, Assistant Professor of Public Health, and father of three. He received his PhD from Harvard and worked in Washington, DC helping to draft and implement the Affordable Care Act. Currently he teaches Master’s and Doctoral students at New York Medical College. He likes playing sports with his kids and applying pricing models to his children’s lemonade stand.
Lauren D. Block MD, MPH is an internal medicine physician and Associate Professor of Medicine at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra University/Northwell Health. She has a BA from Yale, MD from Harvard and MPH from Johns Hopkins and completed her residency and fellowship in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins. She is the author of dozens of peer reviewed papers, is the recipient of a $1M+ grant from the Department of Health and Human Services, and the mother of three young kids. And she makes a mean tray of brownies.