Women In Medicine

This past year, women accounted for more than half of the incoming medical students. While this is a strong feat, women have not always had the opportunity to be involved in academic medicine. In the past, medical schools have denied them access to their programs....

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Naomi Osaka- The Champion of the US Open

Naomi Osaka, a 20- year old tennis player, is in the global spotlight after she defeated Serena Williams and ultimately won the US Open. This victory marks the first Grand Slam title Osaka won, and it is amplified by the fact that she triumphed over Williams, the...

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20 Trailblazing Women Who Shaped History

Next year will be the 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th amendment. To celebrate, Marblecast Products, Inc. offered to make marble busts of 20 remarkable women that changed history. To commemorate these women further, we decided to do a quick spotlight on...

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His Brain vs. Her Brain

Throughout childhood and adolescence, we are often told that males and females are very different. As we grow into adulthood, the physical and mental differences become more prominent. Mentally, males and females seem to operate differently to the untrained eye....

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Six Habits of Successful People

As a pre-medical student, I learned that the key to success is not something that you are necessarily born with. Rather, it is something that you learn and continues to develop throughout your life. That being said, success boils down to our everyday habits. However,...

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White-Collar Crime: The Grey Area of Crime

White collar crime is any crime committed by a person in the course of their occupation. Most types of white-collar crime tend to involve deceit, a violation of trust, and concealment. Furthermore, these crimes usually do not involve physical force or violence, and...

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