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Publications:
Food Stress and the Health of Immigrant Populations

This paper explores the concept of food stress among immigrant populations and the contribution of the global community in reducing this form of stress and its consequences.

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Medical Tourism: Social and Ethical Concerns

Medical tourism, the practice of traveling across international borders for health care, has serious ethical and economic ramifications for developing nations. Here, we discuss these current socioeconomic and ethical dilemmas.

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Street Medicine: A Green Light for Homeless Medical Care

A review of how physician-led street medical models address four prominent barriers to health care for homeless populations.

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Repercussions of Gendercide: The Local and Global Impact of a Culturally Influenced Practice

This review explores global health issues arising from the cultural practice of gendercide, female feticide and infanticide collectively, as exemplified by the developing countries of China and India.

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Prenatal Practices among Various Cultures in the United States: How Acculturation May be Detrimental

This paper discusses how traditional prenatal diets as well as social support systems in Asian and Hispanic immigrants in the U.S. often yield positive results in childbirth outcomes.

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