All posts tagged in medicine

  • August 27, 2017By Jasmine Cui

    “Every medical student, at some point in their training, will take a class in which they are assigned a cadaver to take apart. It is done as a means of offering students “hands on,” experiential learning. “I have a friend who is taking this class – “Gross Anatomy” – and he said this: ‘You get

  • July 28, 2017By Emily Flores

    The Brain is an informative nonfiction book written by David Eagleman, an American neuroscientist and writer at Baylor University. This book not only goes into detail and the real science about the brain and what goes on in the darkness of an ordinary skull, but it also faces the reader with the cold hard questions,