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"We recognize that until we can reduce the negative impact of a person's environment, we can't get them healthy."
"There's power in knowledge," says Abrar Al-Faraj, MD, who heads BMC's Women with Epilepsy clinic, about empowering girls in their medical decisions.
"Together, we can eliminate the barriers that keep us from health justice and ensure that everyone can live a long and healthy life."
In a joint effort, BMC, BUSM, and BUMG hope that using inclusive language will be the foundation for a safe, welcoming environment for all.
The immune response known as ADCC is associated with protection against transmission of the virus, research from BMC shows.
Nahid Bhadelia, MD says its diverse samples offer the potential to “understand what is driving disparities in COVID-19 outcomes and bridge them."
BMC's Elena Mendez-Escobar and Thea James explain health equity vs. health equality and what they each mean in a medical setting.
Guided by an evidence-based system of care, the team of specialists aims to leave no child with asthma behind.
Low-barrier, temporary housing allows people with addiction to stabilize and prepare for transition into permanent housing.
The program began with a focus on mother and newborn. Now it's expanding its comprehensive care model to prevent older children from developing SUD.
Broaching the topic with unvaccinated patients can be stressful. One BMC specialist says clinicians owe it to patients to overcome their own unease.
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