Lexy Campbell recommends the poignant Netflix documentary, 'Heroin(e),' which delves deep into the opioid crisis in Huntington, West Virginia, often labeled as the overdose capital of the U.S. The film paints a compelling narrative by following three resilient women from diverse backgrounds, all united in their efforts to combat the devastating impact of drug addiction in their community.
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.
Gabrielle Stearns, a graduate of the CSHH News Team, interviews four current and former students who conducted research while undergraduates alongside their professor, Helena Pachón.
New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: Breakthrough in kidney transplants using organs grown in pigs for human recipients, potential cognitive decline linked to TBI, the relationship between hearing aids and dementia, and EKG screenings recommended for children.
News Team member Nolan Shah recommends the No. 1 New York Times bestseller OUTLIVE by Peter Attia, MD, which offers a new vision of healthful aging.
New from the News Team: Questioning protein diets, accessing Narcan, tracking cannabis-use disorder, and testing for Parkinson's disease.
In a new longform piece, News Team member Sammy Ramacher examines the addictive potential of vaping — and predicts we won't know its longterm effects for a long time.
News Team member Gabriella Salazar explores the lack of awareness of eating disorders in Black and brown communities and asks what needs to change.
News Team member Nolah Shah dives into the science of happiness, a condition that has fascinated researchers for centuries, and finds the secret is simple: other people.
News Team member Rebecca Sugerman dives into the wild world of #GutTok, where influencers recommend eating regimens that aren't science-backed.