Nutrition plays an important role in our lives each and every day, and, because it impacts us daily, the healthcare we receive for our nutrition is just as important. Yet, nutrition healthcare is not something that is equally accessible for all in the United States.
In this presentation, we’ll be discussing the limitations to nutrition healthcare, and the barriers that prevent women from seeking and obtaining the help they need to combat their medical concerns. Ultimately, by becoming aware of the struggles women face in healthcare, they will be better able to take on this challenge in order to live healthier lives.
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Sue Lee is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Chemistry & Chemical Biology and minoring in Philosophy. She is a Teaching Assistant for General Chemistry and loves learning/teaching chemistry. She is also a Korean translator for the Translator-Interpreter Program at Cornell. Outside of academics, Sue works at Collegetown Bagels and is always baking cookies in her free time.
Adriana Palmieri is a sophomore in the College of Arts & Sciences studying Chemistry. She is a Rawlings Presidential Research Scholar and is involved in a project involving Food Microbiology. She is also on the Student Advisory Council to the Dean of CALS
and a member of the Advisory Board for Rawlings. Outside of school, she enjoys spending time with friends exploring Ithaca and watching movies.