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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 ...
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 ...