A DAY IN MED SCHOOL: Surgery Rotation

A DAY IN MED SCHOOL: Surgery Rotation

Good morning everyone! It’s Thursday. I’m still in the middle of my surgery rotation but today is actually a snow day. It doesn’t look that bad right now, but it was actually a lot worse earlier. So the medical school and the non essential hospital staff, which is obviously me, medical students. We are not […]

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125 Years of Innovation | Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

>>Announcer: Few institutions can claim to have been there at the birth of modern medicine. And while Johns Hopkins’ impact reverberberates around the world, its genesis began with a stroke of a pen in 1873, when a gentle Quaker man put his vision into a letter that would inspire and heal generations to come.>>Johns Hopkins: […]

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Whack-a-Mole Medicine: David Sinclair’s Book LIFESPAN (Part 2)

Whack-a-Mole Medicine: David Sinclair’s Book LIFESPAN (Part 2)

Whack-a-mole medicine. You’ve got your neurologist for your brain, your cardiologist for your heart, nephrologist for your kidneys. And unfortunately, all of that’s completely wrong. That’s what leads us into whack-a-mole medicine. This came… this is part 2 of a review on David Sinclair’s new book, “Lifespan.” It’s I think in chapter 3, close to […]

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