Articles by Shubhanjali Minhas


Trust the Process

The road to medical school is an arduous one, even when not in the middle of a pandemic. Students are focused on getting better grades, gaining clinical experience and properly setting themselves up for their “ultimate” goal of medical school all while trying to better themselves as individuals. With this mission also comes a constant…

Racial and Socioeconomic Identity and their Influence on Health

Throughout history, one of the most marginalized groups of America’s population has been the poor. Those who belong to a lower socioeconomic group ultimately bear the brunt of widespread disease. With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to rage worldwide, it is imperative—now more than ever—to evaluate and act on the long-standing factor of income in our…

Health Literacy: An Overlooked but Significant Contributor to Healthcare Efficacy

We are facing an epidemic – one that, ironically, both damages our healthcare system and stems from the healthcare system itself. This epidemic is a large contributor to the variability of healthcare effectiveness, the perception of overall health status, and the presence of higher mortality rates. The system we initially established to help others is…

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