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Mary Hayashi Creating a Better Future for Asian Americans

Mary Hayashi – Creating a Better Future for Asian Americans: Overcoming Mental Health Challenges

By admin | April 26, 2023
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Asian Americans are one of the fastest-growing racial groups in the United States, representing a wide range of cultures and ethnicities. Despite their diverse backgrounds, Asian Americans share a common experience of facing unique mental health challenges. From cultural expectations and family pressures to racism and discrimination, Asian Americans often struggle to access the mental…

The Impact of Environment on Breast Cancer: Mary Hayashi's Perspective

The Impact of Environment on Breast Cancer: Mary Hayashi’s Perspective

By admin | April 21, 2023
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As we strive to create a healthier planet, it is important to understand the impact of our actions on our health and well-being. – Mary Hayashi Mary Hayashi – Happy Earth Day! Today we celebrate our planet and raise awareness about the importance of protecting it. In honor of this day, I want to discuss…

Stress awareness month - Mary Hayashi

Mary Hayashi – Stress Awareness Month

By admin | April 14, 2023
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The disparity in mental health issues between genders “is a significant public health issue that deserves our attention” – Mary Hayashi   Mary Hayashi – Stress Awareness Month, which takes place in April each year, provides an opportunity to educate the public about the causes and consequences of stress. One issue that I, Mary Hayashi…

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Mary Hayashi – Gender Bias in the Workplace

By admin | April 7, 2023
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“It is important to address gender bias in the workplace to create a fair and inclusive work environment that allows everyone to reach their full potential.” – Mary Hayashi.   Gender bias in the workplace is a pervasive issue that affects many individuals, particularly women and other marginalized groups. This bias can manifest in various…

How Concussions Affect Female Athletes | Mary Hayashi

By admin | March 28, 2023
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Mary Hayashi – Concussions have been a growing concern in sports for several years. From football to soccer, athletes are at risk of sustaining these traumatic brain injuries during games and practices. However, many overlook that concussions affect female athletes more than males.

Mary Hayashi: Women Who Paved The Way

By admin | March 28, 2023
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Women’s History Month is celebrated annually in March to honor the contributions and achievements of women throughout history. It is a time to reflect on the progress that has been made and to continue to

Mayor Karen Bass Transition Advisory Team Press Release

By admin | March 9, 2023
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I am honored to serve on Mayor Karen Bass’s transition team and help her identify the best possible talent for positions in the Mayor’s Office and the City’s Boards and Commissions. If you have the skills and commitment to the city’s needs, please apply. Healthcare advocate and former California State Assemblymember Mary Hayashi Joins Los…

We Must Invest More Resources in Mental Health – Mary Hayashi 

By admin | February 16, 2023
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Mental health is a critical issue in California, with a significant shortage of mental health professionals across the state, particularly for children and teenagers. Despite efforts by government and community leaders to increase investment in workforce development, the situation continues to worsen, with more and more children being seen in emergency rooms for suicidal thoughts.

Female Athletes Are Closing The Gender Gap When It Comes To Concussions

By admin | July 30, 2017
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A recent NPR article by Jon Hamilton highlights the fact that, in terms of concussion, women are fast closing the gender gap.  Previously, one of the issues in understanding the gendered response to head injuries has been the lack of research into women’s concussion.