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"Reclaim Your Brain" by Joseph A. Annibali


Reclaim Your Brain is written by Joseph A. Annibali who is a leading expert in the use of single-photon emission computerized tomography (SPECT) brain imaging in treating neuropsychiatric problems. 435 more words

Book Reviews

'This is Going to Hurt' by Adam Kay

Adam Kay’s ‘This is Going to Hurt’ is a phenomenal book of diary entries from his incredibly eventful, grueling and life-changing profession as a junior doctor. 538 more words

Book Reviews

Review on 'The immortal life of Henrietta Lacks'

                               Rebecca Skloot in her debut science-based non-fiction deals with the journey of Henrietta Lacks, contributor to the famous He La cell line, to immortality. She also discusses the early stages of tissue culture, how the He La cells transformed the fields of cytology, cancer research, virology, genetics, chemotherapy through years of research, it’s implications in almost every area of medicine, tribulations endured her posterity and the ever-relevant topic of ethics in scientific research. 606 more words

Literature Review

For Writing’s Sake!

What do I do when I don’t want to write?

I write about how I’m annoyed.

Dozens of writings begin with the phrase,

“I don’t want to write today.” 142 more words

7 Cara Menjadi Travel Writer

Mungkin Anda mempunyai naluri seorang pengembara. Anda ingin mendaki gunung-gunung terkenal di dunia dan mampir di kota-kota yang luas dari Paris, Mumbai, sampai Reykjavik. Anda merasakan cinta yang tulus terhadap tempat-tempat di dunia. 564 more words

Non Fiction

Support Group for the Broken

Depressions Anonymous. How amazing would that be?

Going to a meeting with other people who actually understand the broken mess you are inside. A meeting full of people that are just as exhausted from putting on a smile. 215 more words


Book Review of True North

I’ve been caught up in re-reading school texts for next year, but have really enjoyed making time for Bill George’s leadership treatise, True North, probably the best leadership book I have read in the past year. 163 more words