Category Archives: Students Experience

Go to sleep, America. It’ll save your health — and the economy

By Satesh Bidaisee, Associate Professor of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, St. George's University
June 26, 2018

Nearly a third of American adults aren’t getting enough sleep. That’s not surprising given the demands of today’s workforce. The increasingly globalized, digitized world requires many employees to be available around the clock across multiple time zones. And plenty of people work day and night shifts. That’s not just bad for health — it’s also […]

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TORCH(Z) – Congenital Infections

By Jeremy Aguinaldo
May 16, 2017

I was fortunate to witness the delivery of a newborn from a young couple in a hospital in Brooklyn, who were excited at the thought of their first child coming into the world. The happiness in the room was palpable. The mother, drenched in sweat and her hair in disarray, was beaming with joy. The […]

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Breast Cancer 101

By Gabriel Stahl
April 2, 2014

The following fact sheet was compiled by SGU students Gabriel Stahl (MD/MPH), Sara Jane Ewaskiw (MPH), Winta Ghidei (MD/MPH) and Ghislaine Feussom (MD/MPH). Breast Cancer Screening Yearly mammograms are recommended starting at age 40 and continuing for as long as a woman is in good health Clinical breast exam (CBE) about every 3 years for […]

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