My advice: don’t do it. You could do it. But expect for a long-winded, circumferential attempt to deduce a diagnosis that is unlikely there. We may be a better search engine than WebMD, but not by much. See, our time is devoted to learning about the pathophysiology, down to which molecule went wrong. Patients don’t […]
The Med Student’s Guide to Meal-Prep
If someone were to ask me to describe myself in 3 words it would probably be foodie, health nut, and fitness enthusiast in that exact order. Yes, I LOVE food: making it, eating it, discovering it. Growing up, however, I didn’t always make the best choices when it came to what ended up on my […]
Should I Stay or Should I Go?
As medical students rotating in clinics, there are times when the day is slow. Sometimes a whole slew of patients decide not to show up, or there aren’t many patients to see that day. Time seems to slow down. Whatever the reason, we’ve all had the chief resident or attending look at us and say, […]