Remembering Sleep

November 1, 2015 0

For the average university student, pulling the first all-nighter is like a rite of passage. When you spend all night studying for tomorrow’s exam or stay up Sunday night frantically typing out an essay due […]

A Gene for Feeling Good?

April 2, 2015 0

Hello, fellow blog readers, HOW DO YOU FEEL? If you replied with something along the lines of “I FEEL SO GOOD, OH I FEEL SO GOOD!”, we get a clue that you’re probably in a […]

Are Doctors Overpaid?

March 3, 2015 8

When the word “doctor” comes to mind, what do you think of? Do the words “rich”, “Mercedes” and “mansion” come to mind? Or do the words “medical school”, “stress” and “24-hour surgery” resonate in your […]

The Golden Age of Nostalgia Research

January 19, 2015 0

My name is fitting because I used to grace this blog frequently. Scrawl back to time immemorial – or maybe just last year – and you’ll find my spectral fingerprints on the screen. Those were […]

Mental Health & Physicians

November 2, 2014 0

Cut me up, open my insides, and in between the gobbets and gunk, the goo and giblets, you’ll find out that I want to be a doctor. It’s a little dream sometimes blocked by the […]

A Scientist in the Kitchen

April 6, 2014 2

As a student in both science and culinary school, I find myself having frequent déjà vu as I attend one class after another. Like a lab, the kitchen is a dynamic system where basic principles […]

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