Javaid discusses Public Health and Tiktok

the i-value By Javaid Iqbal Public Health and TikTok Facebook is for sharing important milestones in your life, like getting married or having a baby, and Twitter is for political ranting. Instagram and Snapchat are for popularity contests. While TikTok has a certain simplicity, a place that lets you be goofy and others join you […]

Edition 33 – A Small Allocation of the COVID-19 Vaccine Yields Critical Benefits to One-third of Americans: Prioritize School Staff and Childcare Workers

A Small Allocation of the COVID-19 Vaccine Yields Critical Benefits to One-third of Americans: Prioritize School Staff and Childcare Workers By Melissa Kirwin Citation Kirwin M. A small allocation of the COVID-19 vaccine yields critical benefits to one-third of Americans: prioritize school staff and childcare workers. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 33. A Small Allocation […]

Bibi Chaterpateah explains why maternal mental health continues to be worse in the United States

Thriving Beyond By Bibi Chaterpateah Maternal Mental Health Continues to Be Worse in the United States ​ Mental health is a significant contributor to women’s health and wellbeing, especially during pregnancy. Mental health wellbeing has severe implications for both the mother and the baby. The COVID-19 pandemic has imposed significant challenges contributing to the worsened […]

Telling the Story: Capacity-Building in the Asylum Network

McQuaid J. Telling the story: capacity-building in the asylum network. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 28. Background In the midst of an overwhelming immigration crisis at the Southern Border of the United States, the specific needs of asylum seekers are at risk of being overshadowed. Asylum is a form of humanitarian protection granted to foreign […]

The COVID-19 Lockdowns Will Have Profound Consequences on Our Memories

Kirichenko D. The COVID-19 lockdowns will have profound consequences on our memories. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 29. Over the last year, many of us have found ourselves partaking in the same daily routines; the effects are gradual, but the loss of novelty in our lives is unmistakable. While some people have been isolated at […]

An Invisible Public Health Crisis: The Forced Normalization of Intersex People

Carpenter C, Makhubu K, Moche L. An Invisible Public Health Crisis: The Forced Normalization of Intersex People. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 30.   ABSTRACT Despite the burgeoning knowledge about health issues for people within the LGBTQ+ spectrum, many public health practitioners remain intellectually oblivious to the existence of the intersex community. However, within the shadows […]

Attitudes and Knowledge Towards Immunization in Tuzla Canton Population

Efendić I, Ahmetagić I, Srabović N, Mujanović A, Sivić S, Smajić R, Mihajlović S, Mahmuzić E, Omerović M, Begić E, Šadić A, Ahmetspahić E, Efendić I . Attitudes and Knowledge Towards Immunization in Tuzla Canton Population. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 31. ABSTRACT Introduction: Despite the proven safety and efficacy of vaccines, common diseases which can […]