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- The Personal Side of Bias, Prejudice, and OppressionA recent encounter with bias, stereotype, and prejudice caused disruptions of grave magnitude, which challenged my belief and personal and professional expectations of the health services. Circumstances directly impacted by covid led to a long distance relationship with my husband. We had planned on him relocating with me in upcoming months; however my husband beganContinue reading “The Personal Side of Bias, Prejudice, and Oppression”
- Family CultureMy identity as a Puerto Rican woman has great meaning for me. We are a mix of people that is a product of its history. From the native Taino tribes, the Spaniards, African, and to the more recent American influences on the island, every part of the island contains its own richness and culturalContinue reading “Family Culture”
- Thinking of ResearchNutrition has been at the center of much research. It has been linked to future ailments, neonatal deficiencies (Fall, 2013), cognitive function, behavioral issues, physical developmental wellness, and emotional stress (Martins, et al., 2011; Schoemaker, et al., 2015; World health Organization, 2020), not to leave behind the chronic stress that food insecurities can express (Black,Continue reading “Thinking of Research”
Health Matters: Mental Health In A time Of Pandemic & Social Unrest – 060420
Airs Thursday, June 4, 2020, at 6 p.m. In our current time of a global pandemic and civil unrest, people are likely to be feeling more stress and anxiety. Tune in Thursday at 6 p.m. for Health Matters: Mental Health Edition. Our host Dr. Shelley Visconte will be joined by Clint Davis, Licensed Professional Counselor, and Natashia Fields, Licensed Professional Counselor, both with Clint Davis Counseling and Integrative Wellness, to talk about mental health during this time. Questions and comments will be taken at 1-800-552-8502.