We are now undergoing one of the greatest transformations of wealth we have ever experienced. From dropshipping to the options market, the pandemic has fueled people to divulge their interests and explore worlds they have never had the chance to look at. At the center
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“Without the meds, I’d be homeless and mumbling to myself,” says Alan, an articulate, sharply-dressed Ivy League graduate. “With the meds, I make about 200k a year.” Alan is not postulating about the loss of function he’d experience without his medication–he knows because he lived
This article was originally published in our Spring 2022 print issue. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, an important public health issue has been brought to our attention: health literacy. While the world is facing a viral pandemic, it is also facing an “infodemic”
This article was originally published in our Spring 2022 print issue. PHOTO BY A. BELSARE/S. DESAI India’s deadly, yet silent, epidemic has gone largely unmentioned by the Indian government, and unnoticed by the rest of the world. Over time, this has allowed for the quiet
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Filipino Americans are almost twice as likely as White Americans to develop Type 2 diabetes. According to a Healio article, “The prevalence of diabetes was high among Filipino Americans (7.6%) compared with non-Hispanic White Americans (4.3%; P < .01).” On an even broader scale, the