Entries by Junior Bazile

Because of COVID-19 we agreed that we should no longer shake hands. However should we be “shaking” or “bumping” elbows?

With more than 23 millions of individuals infected with the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-Cov2) and more than 800 thousands deaths across the world as of August 24th 2020 [1], the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has established itself as the most frightening public health threats in over a century. It has been and […]

In The Fight Against COVID-19, The Stay At Home Orders Do Not Apply To All of US.

We are currently living unprecedented times. If we are lucky enough to survive this scourge, many years or even decades from now we will be able to talk about those immemorial times to our grand-children, perhaps great grand-children and explained to them how we survive the scourge with stay-at-home order, shelter-in-place order, social distancing and […]

Social Media, Social Network In the Era of Social Distancing: What Does The Future Hold?

We are currently living some new days, some new moments with their share of difficulties and challenges. No matter who you are, no matter where you live, you cannot deny this statement. Because of the novel coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome [SARS] CoV2) that has been causing a pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) across […]

Nine years after the earthquake in Haiti

Today, January 12, 2019, marks exactly 9 years since a devastating earthquake hit my homeland, my beloved Haiti. About 300,000 lives were lost on that day, and the following ones. I remember that day like it was yesterday. I was all the way in Eastern Africa, more particularly in Burundi providing health care services to […]

Music is life

Have you ever taken the time to think of all the power that music has in your life. Have you ever asked yourself how would your life be without music? How would your workout sessions be without music? How would you go through good and bad times in your life without music?   Music is […]

December 1st: World AIDS Day

Every year across the world on December 1st we celebrate World AIDS Day as a way to remember those who lost their lives because of complications of HIV/AIDS, to also remember the task that HIV/AIDS put in our hands. A lot has been done but a lot more is yet to be done to contain […]