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.
The 2018 documentary"The Biggest Little Farm" reveals the challenges and rewards of getting as close as possible to the process of producing food, showing the efforts of one family to live and eat naturally.