Health Archive

Jorge Contreras, University of Utah – Open COVID Pledge

Battling COVID-19 takes a team of people. Jorge L. Contreras, professor of law at the University

Stephanie Chalifoux, University of West Georgia – Commercial Sex Market in the U.S. South During the 1940s and 1950s

On University of West Georgia Week: Red-light districts were turned off during World War II, but

Rokeshia Renné Ashley, Florida International University – Negotiating Health Information Concerning Skin Whitening

Chemical products to lighten skin can have negative effects. Rokeshia Renné Ashley, assistant professor in the

Allison Weidhaas, Rider University – Women Working at Home During the Pandemic

Women are often see as caregivers, which COVID has only exacerbated. Allison Weidhaas, associate professor in

Neha Mittal, University of North Carolina Charlotte – Wastewater and COVID-19

Tracking a disease is not pretty. Neha Mittal, post-doctoral associate in the department of bioinformatics and

Chitra Gotluru, Florida International University – COVID-19 and Mortality

On this Student Spotlight: COVID-19 has affected mortality in one sex more than the other, but

Tim Seiber, University of Redlands – Pictures on the Threshold between the Living and the Dead

On University of Redlands Week:  More powerful brain scans can lead to changes in declarations of

Jennifer Nelson, University of Redlands – Inequality and Healthcare

On University of Redlands Week: The pandemic has brought the ties between health and social inequalities

Bijan Dey, University at Albany – Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Testing Methods

On University at Albany Week:  Early detection is critical for combating Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Bijan Dey,

Jeannette Sutton, University at Albany – Public Guide to COVID-19 Retweets

On University at Albany Week:  Effective messaging is key in total’s digital world. Jeannette Sutton, associate