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You’ve decided that you’re applying medical school – congrats! But deciding which medical school to attend isn’t as straightforward as some might suggest. These are the considerations to determine which med school is best for you. Premed Roadmap Course: https://medschoolinsiders.com/all-courses/premed-roadmap-to-medical-school-acceptance/ CHOOSE20 for 20% off through the end of the month! 💌 Sign up for my
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Sandra has been an artist and performer her whole life. Her creativity did’t just stop when she was diagnosed with ALS – amyotrophic lateral sclerosis – a progressive nervous system disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, causing loss of muscle control. Sandra, a mother of three from Gainesville, FL, adapted.
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You’re in school to become a doctor, and you’ve been putting in the hours, but you still can’t quite get those perfect grades you’ve always wanted. Those that ace all their classes simply have some X factor that you don’t. Maybe it’s their smarts, or discipline, or willingness to have no life. That’s not quite
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If you’re anything like me, you’ve fine tuned your morning routine to get your day started on the right foot. But while we often focus on morning routines, our days are highly dependent on our sleep, and our sleep is largely influenced by our bedtime routines. Let’s help you create an effective night routine. 💌
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Harvard Medical School neuroscientists have identified an unexpected, causal link between sleep deprivation and premature death. In a study on sleep-deprived fruit flies, the researchers found that death is always preceded by the accumulation of molecules known as reactive oxygen species (ROS) in the gut. Learn more: https://hms.harvard.edu/news/sleep-death-gut
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Analysis of ancient DNA reveals the genetic makeup of the people who lived in the Caribbean between about 400 and 3,100 years ago, settling several archaeologic and anthropologic debates and reaching startling conclusions about Indigenous population sizes before contact with Europeans. Learn more at https://hms.harvard.edu/news/island-investigations
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Dr. Edythe Strand, Emeritus Professor and Consultant, division of Speech Pathology, Department of Neurology, Mayo Clinic, provides a complete description of CAS. The nature of the neurologic deficits that may be involved are discussed, and terms related to CAS such as planning and programming for speech and proprioception are described. For more information, visit http://mayocl.in/2ifnYX3
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Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, or GERD, is often the result of a hiatal hernia or weakness of the valve called the lower esophageal sphincter. Over time, reflux can lead to Barretts esophagus, dysplasia and even esophagus cancer (adenocarcinoma.) This video shows how an operation called fundoplication can help prevent acid from splashing into the esophagus. Mayo
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Have you ever wondered about whether medical school admissions is becoming more or less competitive, or whether certain genders have different trends? There’s a lot of interesting data here, let’s dive in. TIME STAMPS: 00:25- First Time Applicants vs Reapplicants 01:52 – MCAT Score by Undergrad Major 02:50 – Men vs Women 03:50 – Is
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Gary Strangman, assistant professor of psychology at HMS and director of the Neural Systems Group at Massachusetts General Hospital, is developing a portable brain scanner for use on earth and in space. For more information about Dr. Strangman and stories about space-related research, visit hms.harvard.edu/harvard-medicine and view the Spring 2012 “Space Savers” issue. Like Harvard
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To assist in the search for potential drugs, an international team led by Harvard Medical School researchers has developed software capable of preparing and screening billions of chemical compounds. Such programs were previously limited to sifting through about 1 million to 10 million compounds each. Read more: https://hms.harvard.edu/news/galaxy-drug-candidates UPDATE, MARCH 18 Amid the COVID-19 global
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Memory loss, personality changes, a shrinking ability to do daily tasks. It’s not easy to watch a loved one suffer from dementia. It’s also not easy at times for doctors to know exactly what kind of dementia a person may have. That’s because there’s not been a test that can differentiate between, say, Alzheimer’s disease
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