Month: January 2024

Book Review: Janelle Lamoreaux’s Infertile Environments

Book Review: Janelle Lamoreaux’s Infertile Environments


Infertile Environments: Epigenetic Toxicology and the Reproductive Health of Chinese Men, by Janelle Lamoreaux (Duke University Press, 2023). The World Health Organization recently called to center women, pregnant people, and children in addressing climate change (WHO 2023). The report emphasizes potential long-term and intergenerational effects of climate related exposures, such as extreme temperatures, displacement, and […]
Putting British social medicine in conversation with Black feminist health science studies: considerations for racial health disparities

Putting British social medicine in conversation with Black feminist health science studies: considerations for racial health disparities


Introduction At present, we are living through several major, arguably foreseen, historical events and political shifts. For example, the COVID-19 pandemic has destabilised and further fragmented Britain’s social, economic, and healthcare systems. Additionally, the cost-of-living crisis has resulted in the disturbing increase of the reliance on foodbanks for the employed and unemployed alike (BBC News. […]