The pandemic’s disproportionate impact on African Americans, combined with a jump in violent racist acts across the country, are taking a huge mental health toll on people of color. University of Michigan Assistant Professor Riana Anderson talks about how to reduce racial stress and trauma.
Maya Adam Stanford School of Medicine
From analyzing dust concentrations in parts of Sub-Saharan Africa and millions of birth outcomes, researchers find that small increases in dust lead to large increases in infant mortality. Marshall Burke and Sam Heft-Neal from Stanford’s Center on Food Security and the Environment consider an innovative solution using sprinklers and groundwater to reduce dust that blows from the Sahara to population centers. Read more: woods.stanford.edu
The African American Male Wellness Initiative provides surge relief bags to 1,200 health workers
Pressed at 200f on my CRD micro rosin press got a yield of 3.63gms or a yield percentage of 25.9
As the world goes into uncharted waters in the battle against COVID-19, The HEAD Foundation has convened a panel of medical and public health experts across the globe to weigh in on the different facets of challenges the pandemic presents to the world. On 29 April 2020, Professor Tikki Pangestu, an esteemed Visiting Fellow from NUS Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and moderator for this session, joined Dr Brent Bauer from Mayo Clinic, USA, Professor Zhinan Yin from Jinan University, China, and Associate Professor Li Yang Hsu from NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Medicine, Singapore, in our first webinar in a series titled “COVID-19 What Next…?” for an insightful and timely sharing of COVID-19 related knowledge. About The HEAD Foundation The HEAD Foundation is a Singapore-based charitable organisation devoted to the research, policy influence, and effective implementation of education for development in Asia. Established as an International Charitable Organisation in 2013, we aim to advance the study and understanding of education – particularly in the Asian context – and its implications for …
Dr. Shirazian talks about Mount Sinai’s extensive global women’s health programs. To learn more about Mount Sinai’s Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Services, visit
13 al 15 de Noviembre se llevará a cabo El “Global Wellness Summit” en la Ciudad de Mexico.
Not all fish are created equal, and one of the types you’ve probably heard a lot about is tilapia. It’s definitely not one of the highly sought-after types of fish, and you’ve probably heard that it’s bad for you, for various reasons. But how much of it is true? Today, tilapia is fished, farmed, and raised all over the world, but according to Berkeley Wellness, the fish originated in the Middle East and Africa was once known for being a food fit for a pharaoh. According to the Southern Regional Aquaculture Center, depictions of tilapia have been found on the walls of ancient Egyptian tombs, suggesting they weren’t just an important part of diets around 3,000 years ago, but they were important enough to be immortalized. And if you’re familiar with the biblical story about Jesus making just a few loaves of bread a few fish into a meal for 5,000 people, The New York Times says scholars believe those fish were most likely tilapia. Watch the video for more about the truth about tilapia! …