Health Archive

C. Michael White, University of Connecticut –MDMA Assisted Psychotherapy for PTSD Patients

Treating mental disorders may require some out of the box thinking. C. Michael White, distinguished professor

Olivier Civelli, University of California at Irvine – Preventing Morphine Addiction and Potentially Curbing the Opioid Epidemic

The opioid epidemic has been overshadowed by the pandemic, but is still ongoing. Oliver Civelli, professor

Neel Shah, Harvard Medical School – Prenatal Care Visits

Quantity doesn’t always mean quality when it comes to prenatal care. Neel Shah, assistant professor of

Orlaith Heymann, University of Cincinnati – Understanding Abortion Clinic Selection

Choosing an abortion clinic is getting harder, and it is also a painful process. Orlaith Heymann,

Amanda McKinney, Doane University – Pandemics, Ancient and Modern: Causes, Effects, Differences and Parallels

The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t the first one we’ve faced, so what can we learn from the

Micheal C. White, University of Connecticut – Inflammation Can Change Your Drugs Impact on Your Body

Inflammation can change how your body works with certain drugs. Michael C. White, distinguished professor and

Farah Shamout, NYU Abu Dhabi – Artificial Intelligence for the Detection of Deterioration Among COVID-19 Patients

Can artificial intelligence help us in the fight against COVID-19? Farah Shamout, assistant professor emerging scholar

Jean Ho, University of California, Irvine – Hypertension Medications Which Help Ward off Memory Loss

On University of California, Irvine Week: Warding off high blood pressure now could pay off later

Joel Milam, University of California, Irvine – Follow-Up Care for Young Adult Cancer Survivors

On University of California, Irvine Week:Β  Lifelong follow up care is critical for young cancer survivors.

Ken McLeod, Binghamton University – Stay Warm to Stay Healthy

On Binghamton University Week: Going back to the office can be challenging. Ken McLeod, Professor of