Mental Health Curation

Taking care of my mental health is something that has always been important to me. Here are a few articles detailing recent news in the world of mental health. The Wall Street Journal  Apple is Working on iPhone Features to Help Detect Depression, Cognitive Decline Apple is partnering with the University of California, Los Angeles,… Continue reading Mental Health Curation

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The Grandmother Situation

Navigating the online world can be extremely difficult, especially with all of the scams and conspiracy theories taking up space in digital communities. I am extremely active on social media, especially Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok, so I see a great amount of misinformation and disinformation on a daily basis. It can be overwhelming, especially… Continue reading The Grandmother Situation

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Analyzing “The Pandemic Has Set Back the Fight Against H.I.V., TB and Malaria” by Apoorva Mandavilli

The H.I.V/AIDS crisis has been of particular interest to me, especially after being in this COVID-19 pandemic for over a year. A few months ago, I remember watching a television show where two of the characters discussed how the current pandemic reminded one of them of losing his friends during the AIDS crisis in the… Continue reading Analyzing “The Pandemic Has Set Back the Fight Against H.I.V., TB and Malaria” by Apoorva Mandavilli

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News & Opinion

As a woman living in Texas, the restrictive abortion law that went into affect in this state recently is extremely troubling. While I definitely have my own opinion on the law, I think that it is important to hear the facts about it and the opinions of other people, as well. News Answers to Questions… Continue reading News & Opinion

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