A summary of health news from this past week. Photo by Myriam Zilles on Unsplash (rights-free) As states move to restrict abortion access, neighboring states prepare for surges in demand By: Tasnim Ahmed, CNN Many Republican-led states have recently passed…
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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.
The 2022 Winter Olympics showed us that shared health events–pandemics and their aftermath–affect the health of elite athletes in unpredictable ways.
A new documentary explores the ethical and financial implications of oocyte preservation – egg freezing.
Mindfulness education can reduce stress and aid learning in middle and high schools, and may also help lessen the psychological impact of Covid – but it can be costly to implement.
Vix's podcast "Today, Explained" takes up the changes to federal mask policies.
The chromosomal defect known as Down syndrome may have made people who carry it more vulnerable to the worst effects of Covid-19.