May 31, 2016


April marks Sexual Assault Awareness Month and throughout the country, many events are taking place to raise advocacy for this traumatic phenomenon. Since 1990, the Clothesline Project has provided an interactive way to raise awareness of sexual assault and a canvas f...

May 24, 2016

 Dave Gorski, a surgical oncologist and professor at Wayne State University School of Medicine, recalls a time when a board certified naturopathic doctor refused to bring her three children to the hospital for treatment for pertussis after refusing to get her children...

May 17, 2016

Appropriate and efficient medical care is difficult to provide in populations suffering an epidemic of opioid addiction. The escalation of such an epidemic is especially difficult to stall in certain regions of the United States where the relations between doctors and...

May 3, 2016

Too often people associate mental health problems as personal issues rather than being reflective on social or political injustices. This mindset is one of the main reasons why mental health is not taken as seriously as it should be. Many forms of discrimination, such...

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