Editorials

Pre-Existing Conditions: Another Possible Change in American Healthcare?

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Otherwise known as Obamacare) is one of the most integral pieces of health policy crafted in recent American history. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, 32 Million Americans, or about 10 percent of the United States’ population, have received healthcare coverage through a series of consumer…

Reproductive Health in the Time of Trump

In the ideal world of healthcare, everyone everywhere would have access to excellent quality of care, regardless of gender, socioeconomic status, or any other factor that may cause disparity. However, the world we live in today does not provide such an opportunity for everyone due to the institutionalized nature of healthcare and striking disparities between…

Resolving to Resolve: Mental Health Appointment Wait Times on Campus

While discussions about mental health are becoming more open and common, we still have a lot to learn on university and college campuses about how to best maintain that health and prevent illness. Specifically, how do institutions of higher education better deliver resources to the thousands of students who need them? One student at Washington…

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