Dr. Lauro Amezcua-Patino
Many people believe that owning a gun is a symbol of power and protection. These associations are often tied to traditional gender roles, with men expected to be dominant and protective while women are to be submissive and nurturing.
Police departments need to do a better job of vetting, training, and supporting officers, so that citizens may regain a healthy respect for those in uniform.
Some tips on navigating the age of misinformation from board-certified psychiatrist Dr. Lauro Amezcua-Patino.
The FDA’s approval of the Pfizer vaccine has lifted a weight off of many shoulders. The responsibility is now left to each individual to do the right thing.
It seems infinitely more logical and practical to accept the reality of the situation, extend the hand of help and allow for a system that benefits all involved.
It has been known for millennia that the most vulnerable individuals during epidemics and pandemics are the poor. This pandemic is no different, especially here in the United States.
The job then comes to help facilitate the patient making an informed decision based on science and facts.
Our neglect of the poor has become a tinder box and COVID-19 could be the spark that starts a deadly conflagration.