New from the News Team: Focusing on the critical issues of abortion access, the rise of respiratory illness in dogs, systemic barriers faced by the homeless, and the often-overlooked dangers of indoor air pollution.
Ellie Purinton recommends 'Take Care of Maya,' a stirring documentary that traces the Kowalski family's anguish after 10-year-old Maya is diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and the subsequent tragic events that unfold. The film scrutinizes the intersection of medical uncertainty, family rights, and a legal battle that leaves a family shattered and searching for justice.
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 News Team: Spotlighting the latest in AI developments and strategies against microplastics polluting our waters. Explore new anti-obesity drug breakthroughs, the push for assured mental health coverage, the unfolding Kaiser Permanente workers' strike, and the innovation of bird flu-resistant chickens.
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.
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.
Join host Dr. Charles Raison for a fascinating conversation with Chris Lindley, Executive Director of Eagle Valley Behavioral Health and the primary architect of the remarkable changes in mental health care that have occurred under his leadership. Mr. Lindley’s recounting of how he and his team revolutionized behavioral health care will provide a wealth of ideas that will be of interest to healthcare administrators, clinicians, patients, and anyone who cares for someone struggling with mental illness.
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 Gabrielle Stearns examines the national Healthy Minds Study and its goals of improving students' mental health.
News Team member Emily Kim writes that eating disorders are more prevalent than most people realize, and affect a wide range of populations.