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  • Why Public Health: The Foundations of Public Health

    Why Public Health: The Foundations of Public Health

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    As the old adage goes, a person’s identity is shaped by a culmination of their positive and negative experiences. This can range from intimate experiences with family to minute run-ins with strangers. My own growing personal desire to understand public health stems from an eccentric combination of these experiences, and …Read More »
  • Why Public Health: Addressing Social Isolation and Loneliness

    Why Public Health: Addressing Social Isolation and Loneliness

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    Public health is a broad term, encompassing many dynamic fields with complex interactions that affect the well-being of a population. My interests in public health lie mainly within the area of mental health, a crucial component of well-being; while the medical establishment is (generally) placing more importance on mental health, …Read More »
  • Navigating Barriers to Mental Health Treatment: A Public Health Issue

    Navigating Barriers to Mental Health Treatment: A Public Health Issue

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    Content warning: mental illness, image of gun, reference to suicide. Note: Images are redacted for de-identification purposes. Addressing Mental Illness as a College Student The first time I set up a therapy appointment, I didn’t go. It wasn’t because I changed my mind. I had already spent a few months …Read More »
  • The Intersection of Veterinary Medicine and Public Health

    The Intersection of Veterinary Medicine and Public Health

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    (Or, how to work with animals and get paid for it) First Exposure My first exposure to veterinary medicine as a public health discipline was while working in a high-volume spay and neuter clinic. There, I saw hundreds of feral cats come through our trap-neuter-return (TNR) program and be released …Read More »
  • Fighting the Normalization of Gendered Violence

    Fighting the Normalization of Gendered Violence

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    I was born into a community defined by gender. Where subtle discriminations, sprouted at birth, developed into an intricate system of excuses and dependencies systemically binding women and men alike. Where men are held at such a high standard of masculinity that it is not uncommon for them to turn …Read More »