If you’re about to embark on an exciting study, volunteer or work abroad program, you may be considering starting a travel blog. Travel blogs can be a lot of work but they give you a chance to share your adventures with family and friends in creative ways. With all the …Read More »
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In the United States, we enjoy relatively good health. Medical breakthroughs and our public health infrastructure have discovered treatments for or have controlled, diseases and conditions that have plagued humanity. However, despite all of the work done by the world medical community, there are diseases that you may have thought …Read More »
The global food system can be defined as the “production, processing, and distribution of food throughout the world.” Food security for an individual within this global food system is characterized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) as having the following four dimensions: availability of food, …Read More »
This month is National Immunization Awareness Month, a time to recognize the importance of our routine vaccinations and the impact that vaccinations have had globally and historically. A vaccine is a “biological agent that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific pathogen.” Since 1798, when Edward …Read More »
Youth is an increasingly powerful voice in our world. We are a driving force behind social justice movements and political change. Through social media and the Internet, the presence of youth is ubiquitous and global. I truly realized the power of youth’s collective voice as an online hotline volunteer at …Read More »
Qigong, and Reiki, and homeopathy, oh my! As unfamiliar as these practices may sound, in America, about 30% of adults and 12% of children use complementary or alternative health care techniques. As the names suggest, “complementary” medicine consists of non-mainstream practices that are used along with conventional medicine, while “alternative” …Read More »