Volume 4 Issue 1
What’s Love Got to Do with It? The Relationship of Marriage to Health
Alai Tan, PhD1, Timiya S. Nolan, PhD2, Darryl B. Hood, PhD3, Karen Patricia Williams, PhD4*
Traditional thinking and scholarship has indicated that marriage is a life saver – extends life. Robles and Kiecolt-Glaser’s  review found that the functionality of marriage was important to reduce poor physiological health outcomes. With the declining rates of younger women and women of color committing to traditional religious or civil marriage (female and male) [2, 3], it raises a question if the traditional thinking is valid for all women.
Chlamydia Infection in children: A silent disease?
S Hosdurga1, MO Ogundele2*
Chlamydia trachomatis infection is the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection (STI) affecting men and women and is most asymptomatic. It can be transmitted at birth to babies if their mother has cervicitis.
Using A Competent Interpreter in Clinical Encounters to Prevent Human Suffering and Save Money
Due to the increase in the number of immigrants in the world over recent years, the number of interpreter-mediated consultations is constantly increasing. The purpose of this literature review was to highlight the importance of the interpreters’ competence in interpreter mediated clinical encounters.