Mental health is a topic that is still associated with stigma across the world. It can be perceived as a weakness of character, for instance, or a condition best kept hidden. One of the factors that influence stigma is...
Remote work has become a part of our lives and for many has presented new challenges and new sources of stress. Let’s take a look at three things you can do to relieve stress associated with remote work and,...
The COVID-19 pandemic in the United States is the deepest and longest period of malaise in a dozen years. Our colleagues at the University of Vermont have concluded this by analyzing posts on Twitter.
A telehealth researcher explains how to get the most out of remote health care.
Editor’s note: As coronavirus spreads through the country, states have closed schools and nonessential businesses and prohibited group gatherings. This leaves most of us at home, but many...
Forced sterilization programs in California once harmed thousands – particularly Latinas Postcard of the Napa State Hospital in Napa, Calif., circa 1905. Over 1,900 Californians were recommended for sterilization while patients here. The collection of Alex Wellerstein Nicole L. Novak, University of...
The Hispanic Paradox – The Reason behind the Why. Competition is one of the driving forces in our human nature. Better in business, better in education, better in sports, better in entertainment. You name it, and there is someone following...
Latinos face digital divide in health care Doctors are turning to digital devices for medical records, but Latinos lag in use of portals to access them. Mariaelena Gonzalez, University of California, Merced When considering Latinos, educators often struggle with how to close...
Shifting your diet away from processed foods and towards fruits and vegetables can reduce symptoms of asthma. Lisa Wood, University of Newcastle This article is part of a three-part package “food as medicine”, exploring how food prevents and cures disease. Read...
Latinos Left Out Of Clinical Trials … And Possible Cures By Paula Andalo Two decades ago, Luis Antonio Cabrera received devastating news: He likely had only three months to live. The Puerto Rican truck driver, then 50, had attributed his growing leg...