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Good News Friday

It’s that time of year when our weeks are cut short or interrupted by festivals, and we get mixed up over which day it is. The day after Rosh Hashana (Wednesday) felt like Sunday because it was the day after a Shabbat-like festival, and yet the next day was Thursday! 1,083 more words

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Worried About Anxiety?

-Bariya Malik

One of the most intricate things found in nature is the brain, and although scientists have been scrutinizing for years on end, the enigmas that the brain presents are far from being unravelled. 1,030 more words


Antibiotic Resistance: A Threat As Real As Any Other

-Aksa Ali 

Antibiotics are used to treat bacterial infections and they are considered as the revolution of the second half of the twentieth century. The first antibiotic, penicillin, was discovered unintentionally by Alexander Fleming in 1928. 1,301 more words


Amor Pela Biomedicina

Criado em 12 de fevereiro de 2016 com o objetivo de divulgar interesses da área, histórias e novidades! Criada por uma aluna de 1º período e hoje em dia no 3º e amando cada vez mais!


Birth Defects & Abortion- Ashwara and Doron

Our debate topic is whether a women should have the right to abort the fetus knowing that it has a birth defect that could affect its quality of life. 398 more words

2016-2017 Biomed

Donald Armstrong: Report on Metrics that Matter to Your Hospital

As healthcare technology management (HTM) professionals, we routinely report on many items. I have reported to environment of care (EOC) committees for years, and it seems that we report the same old numbers, such as preventive maintenance (PM ) completion, unable to locate, and recall rates. 652 more words

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