Falling Into Good Health

There are few things I love more than hearing the word "crisp" from the weatherman's mouth. Autumn is the reason I chose to stay in Jersey for college; who doesn't love sweater weather, bonfires and…

Combining New and Old Medications

New Hope for Hepatitis C Treatment Hepatitis C is an infectious viral disease whose victims are typically asymptomatic. The infection targets the liver, which leads to cirrhosis, then to liver failure or liver cancer. Leading…

Worldly Workout

Looking at the Culture of Radio-Broadcasted Exercise Imagine going to a school where, instead of reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, your day began with an exercise routine. This is commonplace for students in Japan. In…

3 Things to Do

It's the little things that count 1) Don't chose between coffee or tea Research in Japan has found that coffee and green tea together not only give you an energy-boost, but help reduce risk of…

Post Summer-Break Memory Boost

Tips and tricks to get right back to the books Why is it that every fall I feel as though my memory has become total mush? I can't remember what day of the week it…

My Almost “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead” Experience:…

Ruchi Dattani Last year, I watched a documentary called "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead". Joe Cross, an obese and sick Australian Entrepreneur, subjected himself to a rather unconventional diet. For 60 days, Joe committed himself…

Robot or Doctor?: Telepresence in Health Care

Atharva Dhole Telepresence has manifested itself in many applications, some of which include drone deployment, executive meetings, exploration, international communication, and most notably, healthcare. Telepresence is a medium of communication and control through which a…