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The fog covering the skies cannot shield your vision from seeing the grand monumental building that lies ahead. As you drive on the paved 4 lane highway, it is immediately hard to observe the other cars driving by, but instead all you can do is fixate your eyes on the big white domes and large complex. The […]
There may not have been an atomic bomb involved in the war, but the effects of war on Iraq have resulted in equal, if not worse, health consequences compared to Hiroshima in World War II. According to a study released by the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, “the increases in cancer, leukemia and infant mortality and perturbations […]
While the events of the past year have been daunting for public health officials, the future is less bleak. U.N. Ebola Chief Dr. David Nabarro hopes that with improved public health responses, the outbreak will be contained within the next few months. In fact, by December 1st, the U.N. aims to have 70% of cases contained. Within a year, Dr. Nabarro hopes to eradicate the disease
Join Wellesley ASU and The Wellesley Globalist on Monday November 17th as we welcome Professor Carolyn Morley to discuss her work translating the diary of a Japanese woman during her trek across North Korea fleeing the Russian invasion after World War II.
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