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Mental Health Parity

By Emily Lau (NHS ’17) Imagine you’ve just graduated and you’ve found the job of your dreams. You have worked hard to get this position and it seems like it will be a great fit, but you have [...]

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AIDS in DC

By Alessandra Fodera (NHS ’16) Despite a marked decline in the mortality and incidence rates of HIV/AIDS in DC, factors such as high prevalence rates, decreased HIV/AIDS attention and knowledge in the [...]

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The Stress of Poverty

By McCall Torpey (COL ’15) As Georgetown students, it is pretty obvious that most of us experience stress on a daily basis. The pressure to perform well and exceed academically, socially, and financially [...]

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