In the CNN article, “Where Should We Draw the Line Between Community Health and Safety and Individual Liberty and Privacy?” the writer discusses how as shelter in place rules are slowly being […]
In the NY Times article, “Should Students Be Required to Take the SAT and ACT to Apply to College?” the writer discusses how the SAT/ACT can be a misleading source to see […]
Does the knowledge gained from a clinical trial answer the question of what is best for a patient? Discuss this in terms of the importance of good clinical design and the ultimate […]
How would you accelerate the preclinical, nonclinical, and clinical testing to get a drug on the market faster?
Pharmaceutical companies test thousands of compounds on the bench before they get a potential candidate for a blockbuster drug which generates more than $1 billion in revenue annually and recovers the company’s […]
In the New York Times article, “Should Schools Change How They Grade Students During the Pandemic?” the writer explains how the quarantine has impacted schools, and asks whether they should reconsider the […]
North Korea’s current leader, was rumored to be ill of a heart problem until recently, when he was spotted at a ceremony in a factory. It was on April 15th everybody realized […]
Adolescence (10–19 years) is a unique and formative time. Multiple physical, emotional and social changes, including exposure to poverty, abuse, or violence, can make adolescents vulnerable to mental health problems. Promoting psychological […]