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Finding Peace in Uncertainty

Hi, friends!

So it’s been a few weeks since my first post, but apparently medical school gets a little crazy sometimes. Since the last time we got together I have: 1,109 more words

Living in poor neighborhoods raises stroke risk

As with so many of the health problems inflicting immense physical and fiscal harm on Americans, stoke has been linked with living in neglected communities. 581 more words


Meet Dr. William Bowen

Dr. William Bowen was born in Providence, March 8, 1747.

His father, Dr. Ephraim Bowen, called him “Billie”. He is mentioned frequently in various family papers as being the physician who treated departed relatives in their last illnesses. 963 more words

Collection Notes

Father Geronimo

The world you know is crumbling

Our great grandfathers thundering

I pray, Usen, let the rain fall

Like tears down her pretty face.

Your roots are strong… 134 more words

Fiction & Poetry

For the first time ever researchers have grown viable eggs in the lab

One of the key goals in developmental and reproductive biology has been achieved this week which could have incredible implications on both this planet and others. 553 more words


Living History: Dr. Mae Jemison, 7 Must-Know Facts about NASA's 1st Black Female Astronaut

Dr. Mae Jemison is a medical doctor, trailblazing astronaut and humanitarian.  Her life and career have been full of inspirational moments.  Here are 7 must-know facts about this living legend. 1,274 more words


Nana on her way home!

Many thanks to all those who have been keeping my mom, known here as Nana, in their thoughts and prayers as she has been in New York City for an aortic valve replacement. 188 more words