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 […]
Dr. Hannah Nazi discusses long COVID, a post-viral condition following COVID-19 and how we must include long COVID in our pandemic response.
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 […]
Lessons from Bihar By Dr. Ankit Raj Bihar and Public Health- An Introduction The peculiar events, characters, and institutions that will be the subject of one-half of this blog series belong to a non-descript region in the eastern part of India. Non-descript not because it has no distinct qualities, features, or people but because years […]
This introductory blog post from Stuti Chakraborty talks about what is stroke, how to spot one, and stroke awareness month. Stay tuned for more to come!
A first blog post drawing from philosophy of medicine asks: is it ethical to allow people to sell a kidney to overcome poverty?
This blog will focus on the realities of the mail-order bride business and how this form of marriage impacts the migrant brides. Also, discusses how the U.S. enforces regulations that affects the brides’ overall life in their new country.
Caring Connections of Southeast Texas By Cordella Lyon, RN Routine HIV testing should be included as a regular aspect of care in all healthcare settings. With routine HIV testing when can test 90% of our population. Link 90% of PLWH to care. Assist 90% of those who are in care to achieve viral suppression, and […]
Wait, What? PLAs: Parenting, Leadership, and Public Health Advocacy in the Time of Crisis By Jackie Leung Title of Blog Previous Next Why are we so quick to psychologise what we do not know? Women already have a history of not being believed. In many instances, women’s pain experience is too often ascribed to women’s […]
The Charm City Experience By Javaid Iqbal Title of Blog Previous Next Why are we so quick to psychologise what we do not know? Women already have a history of not being believed. In many instances, women’s pain experience is too often ascribed to women’s catastrophising attitudes (Samulowitz, Gremyr, Eriksson, & Hensing, 2018), despite women […]