Debunking the conspiracy theory of SARS-Cov-2 being a bioweapon and discussing its xenophobic consequences.
Exploring the pros and cons behind psychiatric treatments in addition to the development of the wirelessly charged brain implant to treat the same.
The effects of eating disorders and the power of self-love. By: Divya Venkataraman
The old man had come to collect the body he was owed. The sound of his frame subtly clanking across marble floors was his child’s death knell, simultaneously silent and an all-consuming roar. His child heard, and his child feared. It was not a strong fear, but a small, empty one, as silent and loud … Continue reading Stolen Heart
Following 3-year FPPN member Anika Somasundaran through her self-realization journey of finding her lifelong career. “[During my] freshman year, there was a guest speaker panel with researchers and doctors from Stanford,” junior Anika Somasundaran said. “I [was] a bit iffy before that [day] as to what [specific] career I wanted in the [medical field], but … Continue reading FPPN: The club that changed my life
Bill has had a small chip in his brain for as long as he can remember. Her name is Jeanette, his friend, his only friend. The only person he has ever needed. Her presence is his constant. She is a part of him, to an extent that even he doesn’t understand. By Arnav Rathee The … Continue reading Thank You, Jeanette
When is animal research morally permissible? Answers may vary.
By Riya Ranjan Cardiovascular disease — the number one cause of death in not only the U.S. but the world. Every year, more than 400 million people are diagnosed with some form of heart disease that jeopardizes the rest of their lives — instead of trips around the world, games of street basketball and family … Continue reading Groundbreaking new drug to revolutionize cardiac care
A new advancement in satellites could help detect a cholera outbreak up to four weeks in advance By Saumya Tawakley We’ve all experienced the unpleasant toll sickness takes on us, whether in the form of a common cold or something more severe, like the flu. Every year, certain seasons pass when diseases flourish more than … Continue reading Looking Ahead: How Satellites Could Help Detect Cholera
By Jenny Chin Technology has recently found its way into everyone’s’ daily lives in the past decade, becoming ubiquitous in homes, malls, and various other areas. In hospitals, likewise, doctors and medical staff have partnered up with different types of technology in order to speed up the process of patient care with more precision. However, the … Continue reading The Rise of Technology in Hospitals