Daily Archives: December 31, 2019

The Case for Dancing with Illnesses

When we think about the prehistoric ages, we imagine cavemen, igloos, and mediocre broken speech. However, scientists worldwide have voiced that there is reason to suggest dancing was in the mix. Professor Richard Ebstein of the psychology department at the Hebrew University‘s Scheinfeld Center for Genetic Studies believed that dancing is an activity humans were…

Exploring patient safety and research methods with deep-brain stimulation

Clinical trials rely on the cooperation of individuals who, due to extenuating circumstances, seek out novel treatments to their conditions. These people willingly cross the line between patient and subjects to serve the development of new biomedical techniques. Although these trials can certainly result in health benefits for test subjects, such benefits are secondary to…

We Need More Than Pills; We Need People: Mental Health in St. Louis

Mental health encompasses more than just clinically diagnosed conditions that don long, scientific titles. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, mental health is an umbrella term used to characterize any “condition that affects a person’s thinking, feeling or mood” (1). Mental health struggles can present in drastically different fashions for different populations. For…

Volume 12 Issue 2 Out Now!

Dear Reader, In the era of much political turmoil, distress and shock, the world has focused on the negativity that surrounds us, frequently forgetting all the good that happens in the world.  As a student-led interdisciplinary health magazine, Frontiers hopes to shed light on that positivity by spreading our love for health and science through…

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