Religion and Herbs: Women and Childbirth in Ancient Greece
by Ayesha Azeem, April 12, 2023 In recent years, there has been a large shift in medical research towards a focus on birth and early childhood, especially on environmental factors that can affect fetal health. This area of interest in obstetrics, however, is not something new and was actually demonstrated in Ancient Greek medicine, albeit…Keep reading
Ignorance is NOT Always Bliss: An Experience with Healthcare During Pregnancy
by Ayesha Azeem, December 19, 2022 Mary’s Interview One of the most significant events in a woman’s life is when she goes through her first pregnancy, an experience that changes her life forever. This experience can be further complicated by one’s culture and its respective social norms that may affect women negatively. I interviewed Mary…Keep reading
Nine Minute Medicine? Your Brain on Music
by Aviram Nessim, October 22, 2022 The intense rise and fall of chords, flow of rhythm, intricate melody, and extensive variation of tonality as instruments play a unique tune — these are the typical sounds an individual hears while actively listening to music. Music, or sounds amalgamated to produce beauty of form and harmony, is…Keep reading
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