Author: Prathyusha Chenji

I'm a junior double majoring in Asian Studies and Biology and a Global Health minor. I love to read about things I don't know, and more importantly, I love writing about it! My most recent experience abroad was when I conducted research in rural India on the Radulovacki Fellowship, and to say it was remarkable would be both cliché and insufficient: it was truly a life-changing experience. And that's how I ended up here, blogging. In my free time, you'll find me reading by the lake, scribbling random thoughts, or obsessively cleaning.

Law and Medicine: A Discussion of Standard of Care

We all know that every country in the world is unique in its culture, language, and lifestyle. But have you ever considered how provision of healthcare and treatment varies from region to region globally? It’s obvious that third world countries might not have the resources available to provide treatment equivalent to a public hospital in

The Global Scope of Women’s Health

Autonomy is a concept that we, in the United States, are more or less obsessed with. It is the right of an individual to make his or her own decisions, and a concept that is highly emphasized in modern American medical practice. At 18, we become solely responsible for the disclosure of our medical records