New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: Madison Woods spotlights Foodie Pharmacology and the emerging importance of the gut microbiome on our health
New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: Gabriella Salazar highlights the 2014 film, It Follows, and the need for creative public health messaging
New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: Chris Ejike discusses Netflix’s The Mind: Explained, and the importance of educating ourselves on issues like anxiety to better connect with loved ones
New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: Andrew Feld discusses Jim Down’s interview on Health Storytelling, where he discusses his book "Maladies of Empire" and public health’s connection with slavery.
New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: Gabriella Salazar discusses Kendrick Lamar’s latest album, "Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers," and its honest reflections on mental health.
New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: Andrew Feld illuminates how we are not the customers of social media companies, but the product
New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: Chris Ejike writes an appreciation of Hulu’s Pose, a show about LGBT+ culture in 1980s New York City during the early days of the HIV/AIDS crisis.
New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: Emily Kim endorses Netflix's "Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story" as it explores society’s inability to address mental health issues.
New on Health Beyond the Blog: Vagina Obscura. Prof. Maryn Mckenna interviews Rachel Gross about her book, Vagina Obscura: An Anatomical Voyage, which details how anatomists mapped female reproductive organs and how a new generation is wresting them back.
The 2022 South Korean TV show “Extraordinary Attorney Woo Young Woo” follows a young lawyer with autism spectrum disorder and shows how she thrives amidst stigma.