Adult Friendships, Navigating How to Find Your Voice in College, and Model Minorities with Thara Nagarajan

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In this episode, Kayla talks to Thara Nagarajan, M.D and Kayla's ROD from college. 

Dr. Thara Nagarajan is a resident physician in internal medicine. She has spent this last year treating and taking care of patients in the Greater Cincinnati area. She received a bachelors of science in Anthropology at The Ohio State University and received her M.D at the University of Cincinnati. Raised in Dayton, OH, Thara is an Ohio native who is leaving to pursue a psychiatry residency in New Hampshire at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. 

She has a deep passion for mental health and wellness, specifically in the areas of pediatric mental healthcare and women's mental health. She is interested in working with underserved populations both in the United States and in the global community, and has spent time providing healthcare and wellness education with vulnerable populations in Cincinnati. 

In her free time, she enjoys painting, hot yoga and barre, petting dogs, cooking, watching Netflix, and generally running around town finding the newest coffee shops in high heels.

In this episode, Kayla talks to Thara about:

  • The many different ways to impact women's health

  • Finding friends who really fuck with you

  • Feeling like an outsider in college

  • What it means to be a model minority

  • How to start openly talking about sex

  • And more!

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