I May be Chronically Ill, and I’m Not Sure How to Deal With It — Feminist Chatter…the topics that matter

  I haven’t written on this blog or my eating disorder recovery blog for a long time. The last time I made a blog entry here was five months ago. On my eating disorder recovery blog is was four months ago, and then before that, six months. The reason for that? I’ve had to stop […]

Overdosing on the job: The workplace is not immune to the opioid epidemic — Financial Post

  Jimmy Sullivan prepared for his job as a bricklayer the same way every morning for years: injecting a shot of heroin before leaving his car. The first time he overdosed on the job, in 2013 at a Virginia construction site, a co-worker who is his cousin stealthily injected a dose of Narcan, an opioid antidote,… […]

Women Die More from Heart Attacks Than Men—Unless the ER Doc Is Female — Concierge Medicine Today

  Analyzing over 500,000 cases suggests having female physicians in the emergency room may save women’s lives By Angus Chen on August 6, 2018 Women make up a mere quarter of emergency doctors in the U.S., according to data from the American Medical Association. This statistic does not signal well to gender equality in medicine […]

From Sexual Health to Just About Everything Else: Your Questions Answered — BOSS Magazine

By Christina Cho ’19 Here are some commonly asked health questions and answers you may find useful. These questions and answers were generated with the consultancy of Sarah Robinson, Nurse Practitioner and Wellness Educator. If you have any follow-up questions, don’t be hesitant to reach out to the instructors at the Sykes Wellness Center! You […] […]