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Got a winter cold? Read this...

Recently I have had a typical winter cold… coughing with tissues stuffed in every pocket you have, but this time I managed to decrease the effects it had on me with a few simple methods. 303 more words

Medical apparel

A while back, I posted an article about medical school supplies and I found myself looking online for even more. These pieces could be a great birthday or even Christmas present for any (pre)medical or nursing students. 612 more words

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Three Tips for the NMAT

In all my years of blogging, I’ve never really written about the NMAT. All those days not knowing what to write on my blog and it never occurred to me to write about the NMAT. 970 more words


CFP: ‘Ailing Empires: Medicine, Science, and Imperialism’, Edinburgh

Date: 31st May 2019

Location: University of Edinburgh

Deadline for Proposals: 8th February 2019

Ailing Empires: Medicine, Science, and Imperialism: Interdisciplinary Symposium

Keynote speaker: Dr Samiksha Sehrawat (Newcastle) 331 more words

Calls For Papers

Joseph's wisdom teeth have been gone for three years now!

Today, I would like to celebrate a milestone.  I’m actually celebrating it a day late on my blog because, yesterday, I wrote a blog post about one of my favorite roadways in Pittsburgh, which is Route 978.  163 more words

Joseph Pratt's Interests

How Convergence Can Address Important 2018 Health Issues

Academics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) define the first revolution of medicine as the discovery and expansion of knowledge of molecular and cellular biology. The first revolution of the life sciences began with the 1953 discovery of the double helix structure of DNA — a discovery made just 65 years ago. 783 more words



I didn’t know when I blogged on August 28th that my mom would live for only 32 more days.

We didn’t know that until September 30th. 1,085 more words

Life And Death