Experts Weigh In

When people experience trauma, it doesn’t just impact them in terms of their mental health. It can impact their body as well. We’ve seen that the more trauma someone experiences, the more likely they are to have a pain condition.

Abigail Lott, licensed clinical psychologist, co-director of the Grady Trauma Project and Emory assistant professor of medicine,

Measles may be the canary in the coal mine in terms of identifying a bigger problem with under-immunization. If this continues to worsen it might mean other diseases are making a comeback.

Walter Orenstein, Emory professor of infectious diseases, Vox.

Women still feel more of a need to provide that nurturing home life. Men are helping more than ever but working women still feel the stress of trying to do it all.

Gina Price Lundberg, clinical director of the Emory Women’s Heart Center, AJC.