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<Interview with Rene Almeling, author of <i> GUYnecology </i>

Interview with Rene Almeling, author of GUYnecology

Is there such a thing as a “male biological clock”? What do we really know about men’s reproductive health? The answer, accordingly to author Rene Almeling, is surprisingly little. In contrast, the …

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<Black Health Care Workers are Suffering from Coronavirus Too—In More Ways Than One

Black Health Care Workers are Suffering from Coronavirus Too—In More Ways Than One

By Adia Harvey Wingfield, author of Flatlining: Race, Work, and Health Care in the New Economy At this point, it is safe to say that the coronavirus has laid bare foundational inequalities …

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<Living Through/With COVID-19: Using Autoethnography to Research the Pandemic

Living Through/With COVID-19: Using Autoethnography to Research the Pandemic

“Researchers can use autoethnography to demonstrate how abstract, abrupt, and vast changes affect particular lives: specific and contextual experiences of stress and survival, grief and loss, loneliness and connection, desires for structure and normalcy.”

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