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Reimagine: Incorporating Home Remedies Into Biomedicine

May 3, 2021

By Milena Jojic Introduction A warm ginger tea that soothes a sore throat, a vitamin and mineral taken before bed, or a turpentine bandage for a cut: home remedies. Home Remedies are an important facet of Complementary and Alternative Medicine … Continued

The Transformation of the Patient-Provider Relationship

May 3, 2021

By Nathan Webb Medicine is a forever-changing practice. Originally, it was a luxury, existing as a novel concept which the earliest humans saw as an interference of God’s will. Slowly, heeling became an expected commodity to more developed societies. The … Continued

Health Disparities at the Intersection of Gender and Race

May 3, 2021

By Abigail Pugh Introduction Within the United States, 1 in 5 women report experiencing gender-based discrimination when visiting a doctor or healthcare professional with 9% of these women asserting that they have avoided seeking health care for themselves or their … Continued