Smoking and Women’s Health: The Disproportionate Effects Among the Sexes
In her book From Outrage to Courage, scholar Anne Firth Murray remarks: “Being born female is dangerous for your health. This reality may not be true for many readers, but for most women living in poor countries around the globe, it is devastating.”
He Tried to Strangle Me… I Bought a One-way Ticket Out
Violence against women in BiH is a problem that is still not being sufficiently discussed and victims of violence most often choose to remain silent due to a variety of societal, religious or material factors.
War’s Forgotten Children
The weight of war lies in the fact that, even after the armed conflict ends, it leaves a burden on the hearts of all people. Thus, in many ways, that war continues on. How much heart and soul must one possess to resist hatred towards those who have committed injustice?
Post-Traumatic Stress versus Post-Traumatic Growth (Part V)
What role can the visual arts play in public health? How can a nation recover from widespread emotional and psychological trauma when there is a deficit of psychologists and psychiatrists to support its population?
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the Visual Arts (Part I)
What role can the visual arts play in public health? How can a nation recover from mental health trauma when there are clearly not enough psychologists and psychiatrists to support them? Registered nurse Bruce Clezy presents a 6-part publication series exploring Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and the visual arts.
Photojournalism’s Changing Relationship with Conflict
Chris Much Bermudez explores two examples of forensic and imaginative war photography, as well as the problems each encounters.