By Diana Litsas ’17 A New York Times article published this past December tells of a persistent issue that can be as disturbing as the featured photograph: patients who distrust […]
By Alexandra Foote (’15) When one thinks of the AIDS epidemic, usually things like Africa, unprotected sex, homosexuality, and drug use are the first to come to mind; but what […]
By Josephine Engreitz (’15) “The average adult in the developed world eats 2630 kcal/day. The average adult in the developing world eats only 1820 kcal/day. One-fifth of the population in Chad suffers from moderate […]
Check us out it the Cornell Chronicle! Students sell apples to promote Ecuadorian teen health
by Rie Seu (’17) Last weekend, several members from our GlobeMed team went to Columbia University to learn more on global health and the opportunities that are available in this […]
By Audrey Fotouhi ’13 The dichotomy of scarcity and abundance relies on us allowing ourselves to assume that we are not safe in ourselves. We imagine that there is constant […]
Becky explains our work in Colegio Celleri this week. Also a quick introduction to Jefferson, the youth group coordinator for CEPAIPA.