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Brian Resnick is a staff correspondent at National Journal. Before joining, Brian spent a year at The Atlantic as a fellow, where he produced content and wrote for TheAtlantic.com. In addition to The Atlantic, his writing has been featured in Popular Mechanics and The News Journal, Delaware's main daily newspaper. Brian graduated cum laude from the University of Delaware in 2011 with a B.A. in psychology. In college, he served as a managing editor for the student newspaper, The Review, and received the E.A Nickerson award for excellence in journalism. He comes from Long Island, New York.

Latest From Brian Resnick

Ebola in New York City: Why Some Might Freak Out

At the height of the H1N1 (swine flu) epidemic in 2009, University of Michigan researchers sneezed on unsuspecting people. Here's what they learned about hysteriaon amid outbreaks.

Attention Pennsylvania Hospitals: Speak Now or Lose Out on 2,447 Bottles of Free Wines

The state has seized a collection of wine from an illegal seller, and it's going to destroy it all—unless hospitals step in.

Concussion Response Plans Are Lacking at Some NCAA Universities, Study Finds

A Harvard-Boston University study finds small but dangerous lapses in concussion reporting in a survey of 2880 coaches, clinicians, and school administrators.

One Simple Trick to Get Teens to Drink Less Soda

Because calorie information alone doesn't help.

White House Sheep, a History

In 1918, President Wilson wanted sheep. But trouble lurked.

Is 21 Days Long Enough for Ebola Quarantine?

We really don't know the upper limits of how long Ebola can remain dormant in the body.

How Ebola Makes Conservatives More Conservative

Conservatives react more strongly to negative things—like disease. 

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Ebola in New York City: Why Some Might Freak Out

At the height of the H1N1 (swine flu) epidemic in 2009, University of Michigan researchers sneezed on unsuspecting people. Here's what they learned about hysteriaon amid outbreaks.

Attention Pennsylvania Hospitals: Speak Now or Lose Out on 2,447 Bottles of Free Wines

The state has seized a collection of wine from an illegal seller, and it's going to destroy it all—unless hospitals step in.

Concussion Response Plans Are Lacking at Some NCAA Universities, Study Finds

A Harvard-Boston University study finds small but dangerous lapses in concussion reporting in a survey of 2880 coaches, clinicians, and school administrators.

One Simple Trick to Get Teens to Drink Less Soda

Because calorie information alone doesn't help.

White House Sheep, a History

In 1918, President Wilson wanted sheep. But trouble lurked.

Is 21 Days Long Enough for Ebola Quarantine?

We really don't know the upper limits of how long Ebola can remain dormant in the body.

How Ebola Makes Conservatives More Conservative

Conservatives react more strongly to negative things—like disease. 

Show More from Brian Resnick