Daily Archives: November 16, 2014

What Can Interdisciplinary Health Offer Us? Part 1: How different disciplines influence the practice of medicine

In this two-part series, we will explore the ways in which an interdisciplinary approach to health science can offer unprecedented insight into the practice of medicine. Simply evoke the idea of interdisciplinary science in a room of researchers, and you probably will get as many differing opinions as there are disciplines. Not only is there…

Digitalizing “The Pill”

As a college student, there is always something to “stay on top of,” from extracurriculars to classes, families, and friends. Add onto that taking “The Pill” every day, and you’ve got yourself a laundry list of to-do’s, making it difficult for many women to remember to take the pill every day. The pill’s use becomes…

Nature: the Best Medicine

When was the last time you studied outside instead of cooped up in Olin? How often have you taken advantage of the urban gem that is Forest Park? Days are getting shorter and chillier as we approach the end of the semester. As finals season approaches, student stress levels soar, having just gotten through midterms…

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