Diarrhoea is a Killer

Manar Darkazanli Graduation GCH- GWU Lyons, K. (2017, June 02). Diarrhoea kills half a million children globally, shows Lancet study. Retrieved June 29, 2017, from https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2017/jun/02/diarrhoea-kills-half-a-million-children-globally-shows-lancet-study   Description of the global health issue/problem what is being done or could be done to address the global health issue discussed: This guardian article reported a study by … Continue reading Diarrhoea is a Killer


Haiti and Water Sanitation

Manar Darkazanli Summer 2017 internship GMU Abstract Since the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti in 2010, the low quality of water sanitation has exacerbated. This has resulted in Haiti having the lowest rates of improvements in water infrastructure in the Western hemisphere, according to the 2012 report by the World Health Organization and UNICEF. … Continue reading Haiti and Water Sanitation

Marilyn Monroe

Manar Darkazanli GWU- Biology Department 04/25/2017 Marilyn Monroe While Marilyn Monroe was recognized for many things during her mid-1950’s career-- a sex symbol, a movie star, a “dumb, innocent blonde” full of naivete--she was also known to be a troubled person. With marriage conflicts, drug abuse, and stress under the spotlight leading to her untimely … Continue reading Marilyn Monroe