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Interventions to Improve HIV/AIDS Outcomes in Latinx Immigrant Populations
Human Immunodeficiency Virus is a powerful virus that suppresses patients’ natural immune response to disease, making them susceptible to opportunistic infections that can prove fatal if HIV is left untreated. Though there ...
When Words Hurt: How Cultural Stigma Constructs Systemic Barriers to Behavioral Healthcare Access
Living with a mental illness is a lonely battle. The mentally ill have long struggled with stigma, with society ignoring or undermining their conditions. Despite the heavy disease burden and widespread prevalence of mental ...
Bleeding Green: On the Socioeconomic Polity of Women's Healthcare
In March of 2017, House Republicans shook the nation by proposing the American Health Care Act (AHCA) as a supposed alternative to President Obama’s highly controversial Affordable Care Act (ACA). Citing Obamacare as a ...