Posts tagged Public Health
FoossaPod: Klaatch on Design for Meaningful Connections and Healthy Seniors

Loneliness kills. 

Fortune Magazine analyzed findings from 70 scientific studies. They found that loneliness, isolation, and living alone all had a significant effect on a person's risk for early death. 

Loneliness affects people of all ages, but older people are particularly vulnerable.  

In this episode of Foossapod, we hear from Meli Glenn and Adam Green from Klaatch.

Klaatch is a service that is ending loneliness among seniors. 

Klaatch removes the barriers to making meaningful connections, in-person, that create lasting change and improve healthy aging. 

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FoossaPod: Uzma Alam on Community Engagement in International Humanitarian Health

How can community engagement help humanitarian health workers save more lives? What can the humanitarian health community learn from global brands like Coca Cola and McDonalds? 

In this episode of FoossaPod, we hear from Dr. Uzma Alam, an expert in international humanitarian health and an Allies Reaching for Community Health Equity (ARCHE) Public Voices fellow with The OpEd Project and the Center for Global Policy Solutions. 

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FoossaPod: Regina Davis Moss on Wonder Woman's Black Twin Sister and Inclusion in Media and Health

What does Wonder Woman's long lost Black twin sister have to do with inclusion in the media and in public health?

Find out from our special guest Regina Davis Moss, an expert in minority women and girl’s health and an Allies Reaching for Community Health Equity (ARCHE) Public Voices fellow at the The OpEd Project.

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