Amazing destinations around the world cater to the particular strengths and challenges of the twenty-something set. These spots might be more physically challenging or tougher on your schedule. They might
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Attending Surgeon: "Intern, what's the story on this patient?" Resident Intern (replies sheepishly): "This patient is a 51-year-old with a left breast lump, and 17 out of 20 lymph nodes positive for cancer,
In the name of emotional well-being, college students are increasingly demanding protection from words and ideas they don’t like. Here’s why that’s disastrous for education—and mental health. Something
This is the best of times to be a United States physician. But it also is among the most challenging. My optimism about the professional lives of physicians today has ample basis in reality. The trust
Last week, Dr. Pearl kicked off a three-part series on the physician experience. His first installment revealed Why This Is The Best Of Times To Be A Physician In America. With apologies to Charles Dickens,
Some can manage five minutes, others barely one. But the trick to holding your breath is actually rather surprising How long can you hold your breath? I’m trying it right now. The first 30 seconds are
Engineers are the rock stars there — and they're paid accordingly. Interns start at $70,000 to $90,000 salaries, while software engineers pull in $118,000 and senior software engineers make an average
For about a decade, scientists have known about bacteria that "breathe" using rocks and minerals in place of oxygen. Now a new study reveals the surprising way they do it. The bacteria survive by "breathing"
A psychologist has determined the second of two 12-year-old girls charged with stabbing a classmate 19 times in an attempt to please a fictional character called Slender Man has mental health problems
Team of US-led researchers successfully achieves brain-to-brain communication between humans from India to France For the first time, scientists have been able to send a simple mental message from one
What can yesterday's weather tell us about how the climate is changing today? That's what an army of volunteers looking at old ships' logs is trying to answer through the Old Weather project. One of those
Mysterious hole discovered in remote tundra in Siberia leaves Russian scientists looking for answers It is a barren landscape so remote that even the locals call it "the end of the world." Now the bleak
Literally everything around us is made up of chemicals. That includes all foods. And the different kinds of chemicals they contain give the stuff we eat their flavors, colors, and smells. On the blog Interest,
They want to test firing it from a ship in 2016, and again in 2018. In 2016, the U.S. Navy is going to test a railgun—a weapon that can repeatedly launch a projectile at more than 5,000 MPH—from a boat.