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Why Global Health matters to you and those around you. What you need to know, need to share, and how you can help affect change in the world today.

Global Health: Checklist for a Healthy Life and World Jaimie Kirkpatrick

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

Why Global Health matters to you and those around you. What you need to know, need to share, and how you can help affect change in the world today.

    Think Before You Pink

    Think Before You Pink

    Dr. Fiona Wilmot’s career in pubic health has focused on what she calls “the bigger picture” and this is seen throughout her work with Breast Cancer Action. Not only does this organization shed a light on how breast cancer affects women globally, but it also exemplifies a commitment to both health and social justice for women at risk of and living with this disease. 

    • 14 min
    Our Children Are Our Future

    Our Children Are Our Future

    Our world depends on the children growing up in it. Although they play a crucial role in creating a promising future, developing countries face inequities that make child survival difficult. Tune in to understand why under-five mortality remains so high in Africa and how to make a difference in the lives of future generations.

    • 15 min
    Hype or Health? Does Diet Really Matter?

    Hype or Health? Does Diet Really Matter?

    Check in for an interview with Eva Sheres, a strong believer in the positive effects of nutrition and meditation on health. Let's figure out whether diet makes a difference.

    • 13 min
    Global Health & Global Warming Collide

    Global Health & Global Warming Collide

    Global warming may be a controversial topic, but there is no ignoring the health risks it presents worldwide. Take a closer look at the collision between climate change and health, as it becomes clear we must begin to make changes for our future generations.

    • 11 min
    Candy Crush or Mental Kombat?

    Candy Crush or Mental Kombat?

    Video games have been on the rise since the 1970s. From Atari, to Nintendo, to Playstation, and Xbox, about 1.2 billion users have gotten hooked worldwide. Listen in to learn how a favorite pass time has now become classified as a documented disorder.

    • 12 min

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gmabonnie ,

Excellent review of global health topics.

This Boston College undergrad dives into global health issues in a way that shows both sides of complex issues in a way that shows how you can get involved. Enlightening!

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