Browsing All posts tagged under »medicine«

Blood Donation Education: Especially Essential in a Dengue-Inflicted Country

April 14, 2013

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A couple of weeks ago, one of my friends in Manila, Philippines needed blood donors for a sick relative. Today, another friend needed blood donors for a friend inflicted with Dengue. According to the World Health Organization, Dengue is a disease transmitted through the bite of a specific mosquito that is infected with the virus. […]

LIVESTRONG, Armstrong, and My Controversial Wrist

January 19, 2013

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Since Lance Armstrong was stripped of his medals, my wrist has become a celebrity. A lot of people seemed curious about my continuous wear of the yellow rubber band that says “LIVESTRONG” on my wrist. Events of this week just made my wrist the talk of the town. I understand why people keep commenting about […]

Spotlight: Shot @ Life

October 17, 2012

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there were an estimated 350,000 cases of Polio in the world in 1988, and only 1300 in 2010. This year, India celebrates their one-year anniversary of being Polio-free, and there are currently only three countries left – Afghanistan, Nigeria, and Pakistan – that are still considered polio-endemic […]

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