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Juliana Chan Erikson

Juliana Chan Erikson

Juliana is a correspondent and a member of WORLD's investigative unit, the Caleb Team. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and earned a master's degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Juliana resides in the Washington, D.C. metro area with her husband and 3 children.

Articles by Juliana Chan Erikson
The mystery of a childhood hepatitis surge

The mystery of a childhood hepatitis surge

Doctors are still trying to make sense of the recent rise in cases

Religious variants of WORDLE are cool, but they may not last long

Drug effectiveness has morphed along with the coronavirus strains, and not all patients are eligible for prescriptions

Using DNA from 3,609 individuals, scientists map out an ancestral genealogy for the human race


Police procedural meets improv comedy

Nonrandom mutations threaten Darwinian orthodoxy

Critics accuse the Justice Department’s China Initiative of racism and hindering research

Despite a stellar cast and beautiful setting, The Power of the Dog is full of obscurities

Millions of Americans are expected to make wagers on games, raising questions about the potential for problem gambling