Category Archives: Health Care

Lost & Maybe Found?

I think we’ve lost it -our true purpose as writers, scientists, students, or whatever title you feel suits your calling. I say we, and place myself in a position of high guilt, because I didn’t even realize something was missing until I read “Ship Fever” by Andrea Barrett. The novella details the 1847 Typhus epidemic. […] Continue reading

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Senegal: Problems With No Quick Solutions

Homophobic Violence in Rufisque Police in Senegal have arrested four young men accused of hunting down and injuring five gay men with stones and batons, in the city Rufisque, just outside of Senegal’s capital.The suspects were arrested for destruction of property and causing injury. Anti-gay sentiment runs deep in Senegal, where the penal code calls… Continue reading

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Senegal: Health and Society

Health Care Workers Demonstrate in Dakar Hundreds of health care workers gathered this morning in Dakar to challenge the state to improve the health care industry. The peaceful demonstration was led mostly by health workers that are part of the Single Trade Union of Health and Social Action (SUTSAS). Like many African countries, Senegal’s health… Continue reading

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