I will be the first to admit that I love juices. They’re colorful, full of tasty fruits and vegetables, and highly “Instagrammable.” I’ve been known to occasionally treat myself to a $10 cold-pressed drink, but there’s more to juice than just an expensive beverage. They’ve become part of an alternative medicine culture surrounding the idea… Read more →
Leah is a graduate student at the Boston University School of Public Health where she studies Applied Biostatistics. She recently graduated from Muhlenberg College with a major in Environmental Science and minors in Public Health and Computer Science. Leah hopes to be involved in interdisciplinary research after graduation and wants to continue learning about the history and context behind modern public health practices.