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Impact of Intangible Barriers on Healthcare

May 4, 2021

By Täu Moon Introduction There are many factors that engender potentially dangerous, even lethal, nuance in healthcare systems. Many of these often stem from the myriad differences in the composition of identity, character, background and phenotype from healer to patient … 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

Food Insecurity in Nash and Edgecombe County

May 3, 2021

By Raekwon Williams The Stories to Save Lives Project uses oral history methodology to document the health, illness, and medical care in many counties across North Carolina as a part of the Southern Oral History Project. The interviews from the … Continued