How does Islamophobia affect Muslim Americans’ access to equitable health care?
Menstruation is a natural process, but it’s also highly stigmatized in other countries. How can current efforts reduce the stigma many women face around the world?
Many older adults are reluctant to exercise due to a number of misconceptions, but exercise could be essential for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Mold is an issue many residents face in their homes, but can it be representative of a bigger housing crisis?
Vending machines have traditionally offered candies and snacks to passersby. Now, college campuses are embracing vending machines that offer access to emergency contraceptives.
Empathy is critical for building fruitful doctor-patient relationships. How are medical schools preparing future doctors’ interpersonal skills?
UC Berkeley students from Students United for Reproductive Justice, or SURJ, are working to make medication abortion accessible to college students across California.
Silicon Valley has a celebrated reputation of innovation, but many are struggling to afford food and housing.
Improvements in treatment have allowed HIV-positive individuals to live longer, healthier lives. However, many still suffer from the negative stigma surrounding HIV.
Biodiversity loss may seem like an abstract issue in a biology textbook, but it has real consequences for human health.