Health is influenced by a number of factors but for LGBTQ individuals, discrimination, stigma and exclusion can present a set of challenges when it comes to receiving health care. In Ohio, roughly 8 out every 1,000 babies that are born do not live to their first birthday, ranking Ohio 47th in the nation for infant mortality. Also, a new study reveals that essential oils can make the transition between different activities like eating and sleeping easier for kids with autism.
- Julia Applegate, LGBTQ Health Program Director at Columbus Public Health, Greater Columbus LGBTQ Health Coalition
- Liane Egle, Executive Director of CelebrateOne
- Dr. Jill Hollway, Assistant Professor of Research in the OSU Department of Psychiatry and Research Scientist at the OSU Wexner Medical Center’s Nisonger Center
For more information on the essential oils study call 614-685-3219 or visit their Facebook page.
This show originally aired on November 4, 2015 at 11 a.m.