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Breakthrough technology joins forces with Medicine- the future of Human Anatomy

Breakthrough technology joins forces with Medicine- the future of Human Anatomy

How can new technologies help educate the medical professionals? We live in a time when everything changes not even by year, not by month and not really a day – it comes down to a smaller measure of time when talking about the progress of new technology. As Moore’s law has predicted for decades, the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles every two years as the electronical aid... »

Top 15 Medical Specialties with the Highest Salaries

Top 15 Medical Specialties with the Highest Salaries

The best-paid professional workers in health care are among doctor’s specialists. While doctors specialists have to go to school for years, they end up earning more money than most professionals after graduation. To become doctor specialist in the USA, you must complete four years of medical school, internship, and residency training as usual requirements. In addition to this, specialist physician... »

Study Efficient with These 10 Tips: Best Proven Method

Study Efficient with These 10 Tips: Best Proven Method

We are occupied daily with many devices such as cell phones, tablets, and computers. Because of this global problem, many students felt distracted and unable to properly concentrate on studying. There are effective tips to achieve quick results, read on to learn how. 1. Put All Devices to Off Position TV and smartphone are devices which may cause a distraction while you study. Calls, text messages... »

Massachusetts General Hospital, United States

Top 10 Hospitals in the World That Any Doctor Would Want to Work in

1. John Hopkins Medical Center, United States John Hopkins’ Medical School and Hospital is one of the most famous medical institutions in the world. It is the leading medical institution with the best modern medical education on all levels of the health care systems in the United States. During internships and clinical rotation at the John Hopkins Medical Center, practitioners are getting the best... »

medical student depression

Every 4th Medical Student Suffers From Depression: is it the Norm?

It’s terrifying that every 10th medical students reports suicidal thoughts. According to the data, medical students have depressive thoughts five times more likely than the general population, while 300 to 400 doctors commit suicide every year. Female physicians are 2.3 times more likely to commit suicide than the male. The risk of depression also increases by the start of studying, classing... »

A little kid gets his finger stuck inside a Fidget Spinner!

A little kid gets his finger stuck inside a Fidget Spinner!

No, this is not an engagement ring! You have probably seen fidget spinners- it’s currently the most popular toy on the market, and you can purchase it for about 2$ in a variety of colors. This trend is everywhere, in the shops, on the streets, even some drugstores are selling it! This toy was introduced to public as a mean of coping with stress, anxiety, ADHD and autism. But what you donR... »

Ranking of best 40 Hospitals in the World!

Ranking of best 40 Hospitals in the World!

According to The “Ranking Web of World Hospitals” is an initiative of the Cybermetrics Lab, a research group belonging to the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), the largest public research body in Spain. 1.    Cleveland Clinic   USA 2.    St Jude Children’s Research Hospital USA 3.    Johns Hopkins Medicine USA 4.    Mayo Clinic Scottsdale AZ USA 5.    Univer... »

Meds Students for Africa!

Meds Students for Africa!

Medical bond between Africa and Poland Poland, a Central European country that consists of 38.5 million inhabitants, has never had close ties with Tanzania in Eastern Africa. Who would have thought that a unique bond between those two countries, undoubtedly beautiful but also different, will form? For the last two years, medical students from Warsaw Medical University have been traveling to Moshi ... »

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