In an opinion piece, News Team member Chaya Tong argues that choosing sperm and egg donations based on donors' economic and educational status risks institutionalizing inequality.
News Team member Chaya Tong reports on a pioneering study that uses genetics to save the endangered k?k?p?, a nocturnal parrot native to New Zealand. This innovative approach marks a significant advancement in wildlife conservation, offering hope for other threatened species.
New from the EmoryCSHH News Team: Discover our Weekly Health Digest, diving into topics like the emergence of swine flu, the remarkable recovery of ancient redwoods, strategies for rebounding from the COVID-19 era, the innovative use of telehealth in schools, and the promising role of robots built from human cells in healing the human body
Chaya Tong recommends following nutritionist Lucie Baker, whose daily posts offer not only mouthwatering recipes but also valuable insights into nutrition, skincare, and crafting well-balanced meals. With an abundance of content ranging from cooking tutorials to daily routines, Lucie Baker became an invaluable resource for maintaining a healthy lifestyle during quarantine.
New from the EmoryCSHH News Team: Dive into our Weekly Health Digest, featuring breakthroughs in sickle-cell treatment, the debate over a controversial weedkiller, and the latest on Long COVID, alongside insights into carbon-free fuels, sending your name to space, One Medical's integration with Amazon, and COVID-19 vaccine updates.
New from the EmoryCSHH News Team: Discover the therapeutic potential of psychedelics, the art and science behind the naming of birds, and the soothing power of music for pain relief. Learn about Apple's ambitious plans to revolutionize health technology, a proposal for maternal health care, and innovative approaches to cancer treatment.
New from the EmoryCSHH News Team: Dive into this week's Health Digest, featuring discussions on deep sleep, the environmental impact of hallucinations, insights into long Covid's lingering effects, and the surge in digital health investments. Also, stay informed about the pressing global climate crisis and marvel at the unveiling of the most comprehensive human brain map ever created.
New from the EmoryCSHH News Team: Explore the multifaceted world of health and science, investigating the controversial use of AI in research, unraveling theories about Earth's first humans, revealing recent genetic links to autism, while also examining the crucial role of human connection in health, strategizing for STI prevention, and efforts to rectify misdiagnoses of penicillin allergies.
New from the EmoryCSHH News Team: Delve into this week's health digest, exploring topics ranging from the mysteries of brainless jellyfish and the national drug shortage to child nutrition, asteroids on Earth, and the ongoing fight for equal pay.