In August we celebrated National Breastfeeding Month as well as World Breastfeeding Week, after a very traumatic year for breastfeeding moms and caregivers. Each year, the message is to unite the medical and scientific community, as well as public health … Continue reading To Feed or Not to Feed? Challenges of COVID-19 and Human Milk guidelines.
According to the U.S Department of State, human trafficking is the subjugation of an individual “through force, fraud, or coercion…to involuntary servitude, forced labor, or commercial sex”1. Out of the estimated 40.3 million victims of human trafficking worldwide, approximately 25% … Continue reading Pediatric Trainees and Child Human Trafficking Identification, Reporting and Supporting Victims
Around the country, medical students and doctors-in-training are joining the COVID fight by becoming volunteer Contact Tracers. Many teams are being set up at different institutions to meet the needs of Public Health Agencies. Contact tracers identify persons who may … Continue reading Contact Tracing in COVID-19