We’re excited to share this new format for the Hollywood, Health & Society newsletter, a quarterly that will include events (both recent and upcoming), videos, research, and other posts that will keep you up to date on the work HH&S has been doing. We hope you like it. Read more
The Winter 2019 Real to Reel spotlights stories about “fourth trimester” complications and their effect on maternal health; how diversity in clinical research defines better science; older adults and opioids; and the South’s post-Roe landscape when it comes to reproductive rights.
The fall newsletter features stories about a two-wheeled trek across the U.S. to raise arthritis awareness; black patients missing out on promising new cancer drugs; how telemedicine could fill in the gaps on abortion care; the approaching Silver Tsunami; and why some C-sections are a necessary risk.
Our summer newsletter spotlights stories about HIV prevention on campuses; the disabled community debating inclusion in film roles; older adults joining the cannabis craze to help treat age-related ailments; and why medical care for pregnant women is growing dangerously distant for women in rural America.
The Spring 2018 newsletter features stories about a geriatrician who builds homes for older adults; why young people are especially at risk for HIV; U.S. military space systems vulnerable to attacks (cyber and otherwise); and genetic testing with its troubling implications when it comes to screening for disorders and disabilities in embryos.
The Winter 2018 newsletter spotlights stories about what happens when we let technology help care for aging parents; rheumatoid arthritis, which affects over 1.4 million people in the U.S.; abortion doulas who offer comfort to women at a complicated time; and a potential new weapon in the fight to eradicate HIV.
The Fall 2017 Real to Reel newsletter features stories about many older adults falling victim to guardianship scams, how abortion waits increase all kinds of risk, a rising star's death from AIDS-related complications, and a pregnancy risk that's the leading cause of maternal mortality in the first trimester.