I have been in Mexico, working at the Hospital de la Mujer now for 3 weeks. They have
I have been to Mexico multiple times in the past, usually in Cancun, Isla Mujeres, or Tulum. I’ve
Three years ago I started school for my Master of Public Health. I love public health people and
When 2020 was happening, we were all wishing it would end, confused, tired, lonely, missing our culture, our
This is the crux of this whole debate on vaccines. For the most part, they are amazing, and yes there are sometimes adverse events. As humans we prefer a world of binary opposites, good versus bad. The reality is, the good and bad exist simultaneously in a whole world of grey.
As a white woman I feel guilty for referencing my own personal experiences with sexism and oppression because in truth I can not even begin to understand the experience of the day to day fear involved with breathing in this society while black. As a white woman I can not even begin to understand the experience of a black mother, Adrienne, who has to explain to her teenage son–full of youth and invincibility, that he can absolutely NOT go…
The “What’s Wrong Fayetteville” Facebook group is the most irreverent group of weirdos you’ll ever love. Their conversations range from disdain for the lack of social distancing on the trails, to random self-love posts from the entertaining Jay Phillips, half naked, discussing all aspects of…
COVID stress is so prevalent right now. Our bodies are tensed for impact. Our discussions are stinted. Our
We are at the tipping point of this pandemic here in Arkansas. It’s like watching a tsunami coming at us in slow motion. We can see it coming. There are critical…
these numbers mean that COVID 19 has a mortality rate, at this time, of 0.03, and influenza (2018-2019 numbers) has a mortality rate of 0.001. That’s kinda huge.