Exploring MVHS FPPN and MVHS Neuroscience’s annual sheep brain dissection club collaboration
Discussing recent advancements of technology in medicine and the ethics behind them
Food is often used to bring people together, but are there any proven benefits to sitting down and having a meal with someone? Whether it’s a potluck with neighbors, a picnic with friends or a dinner with family, food is often used to bring people together, whether it be sharing a meal with a friend … Continue reading Meaning Behind Meals
Exploring the development of a neural net powered by nanobots that can help treat depressive episodes in humans.
The practice of fasting’s modern renewal in a scientific light By Jannah Sheriff Header image by Jannah Sheriff Sitting at his desk with a plate of food before him, biology teacher Pooya Hajjarian leans forward as he takes a bite out of an apple, holding string cheese in his other hand. This simple and healthy … Continue reading Plate Half Full
By Ramya Chamkeri From the common Contigo to the luxurious Hydro Flask, almost every water bottle brand has one thing in common — they claim to be “BPA-free.” But there is a hidden meaning when water bottle brands say they don’t use BPA, which can, in turn, impact the MVHS community tremendously. According to Healthline, … Continue reading What “BPA—Free” Means and its Unhealthy Consequences
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