With the rise of social media usage, exercise and diet culture have influenced a large number of people, and today’s youth is among them. In this episode, host Snehitha Vardhineni speaks to experts in the field as well as today’s youth to explore trends and personal experiences in relation to exercise and nutrition.
In this episode, host Matt Guerette aims to set the stage on the conversation around mental health and the effects of the pandemic on society’s most fragile, yet influential group – the youth.
In this episode, host JuanMartin Abreu-Melon interviews four people from different walks of life and different stages in their neurotechnology careers to discuss how COVID-19 has impacted their work as scholars and researchers – as well as the future of the field.
In this episode, host Rachel Broun unpacks the misconceptions of hookup culture on college campuses, especially at Emory.
In this episode, host Devyn Townsend focuses on the complex intersection of nutrition and health through the lens of social media by considering the quality and messages of content posted online, the behaviors that are reinforced, and the impacts these components can have on individuals’ relationships with food and their bodies.
In this episode, host Katerina Rinaldi takes a deep dive into EMDR, a newly popular form of trauma therapy that raises questions about evidence-based practice, monetization of knowledge, and the surprising truth about what really makes therapy work.
In this episode, host Summayah El Azzioui speaks with three guests to examine how language barriers affect this population’s access to healthcare and their experiences during the COVID pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the health inequities that were already prevalent in the U.S. In this episode, host June Woo speaks with experts about the disproportionate effects of the pandemic, research on health inequities, and current medical education around health disparities and the social determinants of health.
Throughout the pandemic, people have spent more time indoors – and in limited locations – than ever before. This episode explores how our health and well-being are influenced by the built environment that we navigate in our daily lives. Experts discuss environmental psychology, biophilia, and a range of building types.
Colleges and universities faced tough decisions throughout 2020 when deciding how to handle pandemic precautions on campus. This episode zooms in on the factors at play underlying Emory’s decision to partially re-open in the fall, as well as the altered student experience on campus.