News 2 - Diverse Health

Faculty Mental Health

by LawProfBlawg | November 14, 2018
As apparently 3,000 different authors have said: “Be kind: Everyone you meet is fighting a ba [...] Read more

Reproductive Services are a key Component to Health of Latina Women

by Ann Marie Benitez | November 13, 2018
If the midterm elections made anything evident, it’s the fact that Latinx voters became more [...] Read more

Tackling mental health stigmas among Black Americans

by TaMeia Murphy | November 07, 2018
Men of some minority races are statistically less likely seek help for their mental health than [...] Read more

‘Alarming’ rate of Diabetes Complications at Diagnosis in Underinsured Minority Populations

by Healio | November 05, 2018
A cohort of predominantly black and Hispanic adults in Chicago had significantly higher rates o [...] Read more

Saint Luke’s Nurse Loses job After Sharing Photo of Blackface Halloween Costume

by Alana LaFlore | November 01, 2018
A nurse’s Halloween costume has launched an investigation at Saint Luke’s Health Sy [...] Read more

Maine Graduating More Nurses, But Shortage Still Looms

by Eesha Pendharkar, | October 29, 2018
Maine’s current and projected shortage of registered nurses remains real despite some success [...] Read more

Native American Child Welfare Act Faces Challenges

by Cecily Hilleary | October 24, 2018
On Mother’s Day 2015, Iva Johnson, a member of the Navajo Nation living off reservation in Fl [...] Read more

Washington University Offers In-state Tuition, Native American Health Sciences Program to Montana Tribe

by Alyssa Kelly | October 23, 2018
PABLO — Did you know Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribal (CSKT) members have in-state tui [...] Read more
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