Category Archives: WOMEN’S HEALTH

Obesity, Race/Ethnicity, and COVID-19

fleshiness is a common, good, and dearly-won chronic disease. Having fleshiness puts people at gamble for many other serious chronic diseases and increases the hazard of severe illness from COVID-19. Everyone has a function to play in turning the tide against fleshiness and its disproportionate impact on racial and ethnic minority groups . Adult Obesity […]

Is Soy Safe for Women? Here’s What the Research Says

Soy tends to be a major player in most plant-based diets, and some studies have suggested that consuming soy foods, like bean curd and soy milk, benefits cardiovascular health, burden personnel casualty, and prevention of certain cancers. But conflicting soy studies have confused the issue for most consumers, particularly women, leaving us all to ask […]

Fellowships and Programs

Fellowships Harvard Medical School Paul Farmer Global Surgery Fellowship Research Fellow Track : Ob-Gyn The Paul Farmer Global Surgery Fellowship, Obstetrics and Gynecology track was created by Boston Children ’ s Hospital in collaboration with Partners In Health and the Program in Global Surgery and Social Change ( PGSSC ) at Harvard Medical School. The […]