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Science Book a Day Interviews Darian Leader

Special thanks to Darian Leader for answering 5 questions about his recently featured book – Strictly Bipolar

Darian Leader is a psychoanalyst and author. His books include… 427 more words


Why is bipolar disorder so popular?

One person in a Facebook group asked why is it popular to have bipolar disorder and other mental disorders among the young today? One possible answer is that bipolar disorder has been associated with an unusual amount of creativity,intelligence and wealth. 476 more words


State of Grace

The average medical student falls in love more times than any other human being. And why is that?, you ask. Well, that’s because we don’t fall in love with people, we fall in love with passing grades. 222 more words

Have you EVER seen a dizzy scorpion?

It’s those sort of questions that med students ask themselves. Or at least I do, trying to remember that Scopolamine is a muscarinic antagonist meant to treat motion sickness. 110 more words

Med School

Pharmanotes: Benazepril

Benazepril (Lotensin) is an ACE inhibitor indicated for hypertension. Similar to its relatives lisinopril and enalapril, benazepril reduces the activity of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system, which results in vasodilation and lower blood pressure. 62 more words


Tramadol: A Newly Scheduled Drug

Hello all, For your enjoyment, another installment of Stuff about drugs from the ED pharmacy crew
By Edwin Lim, PharmD Candidate 2015