The following is an excerpt from Mick Ebeling’s book, Not Impossible: The Art and Joy of Doing What Couldn’t Be Done.
Which would you rather have screw you up totally: the heat or the insects? 1,903 more words
With so many novel therapies in development, there has never been a more exciting time to practice medicine, says Dr. Andre Goy, Chairman and Director of the John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center. 818 more words
The students have worked hard all year long. They have attended two intense weeks of robotics bootcamps hosted by Wahjay-STEM. Their options for opportunities in the future have expanded! 152 more words
Homelessness is an international issue. In every nation in the world, there are people experiencing homelessness. However, the determinants, conditions, and experiences of homelessness vary considerably amongst citizens of developed, industrialized nations and citizens of developing, less industrialized nations. 356 more words
Even as people around the globe enjoy longer, healthier and more productive lives, the rising cost of healthcare threatens to impede such progress.
This is particularly troubling in the United States as Baby Boomers approaching retirement place a greater strain on an overburdened healthcare system. 660 more words