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#MakeHealthPrimary Journal

July 31 · Issue #4 · View online
We have a dream that one day medical professionals in America will provide the world’s best care to anyone; regardless of race, gender, sexuality, socioeconomic or immigration status.

Happy Black Women’s Equal Pay Day!  As in many work environments, women aren’t paid as well as their male co-workers in many industries. Along with a large pay gap, in general, women experience bullying in the workplace and subsequently depression. In the U.S., more than half of the country has experienced some type of depression. How can we make a healthier and happier situation for everyone? Read my Editor’s Letter for my thoughts on this subject. – Fallon Davis

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Why Minority Women Are Bullied At Work
Global Depression Drug Market is Rising
Blood Test Helps Doctors Treat Depression
GPs Prescribe 75,000 Drugs For Depression
Everyone Should Have Paid Family Leave
Greece Hit by 1,100% Rise in Depression
Why Depression Is Most Widespread Disease
Online Therapy Treats Mental Health
How These Black Millennial Women Deal With Depression
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