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Restoring Trust in Science    

Spring 2021 New York Institute of Technology

Recently, the mistrust in science has grown exponentially. The interesting dichotomy: We live surrounded by technology made possible by scientific advancements. What has precipitated the distrust in science and how do we the general public’s trust in science? Restoring Trust

Air Microbiome Provides Answers to Climate Change

April 2019 Qiagen

Dr. Darren Chooneea scrutinizes the molecular details of almost everything, including the incredible biodiversity of air, to gain insights on how the world is changing and to prepare for events related to climate change. Air Microbiome

Deciphering RNA to Solve Impossible Crimes

September 2019 Qiagen

Forensic scientists at the Netherlands Forensic Institute bring clarity to the chaos of intricate crime scenes by deciphering RNA. This single strand of nucleic acid provides completely different information to that delivered by DNA, enabling the truth to be unlocked like never before. Deciphering RNA

What Is ADHD? Diagnosis and Treatment

June 2020 AHEAD Mental Health

Many of us occasionally experience problems stemming from a lack of focus, impulsivity, and/or restlessness. For some people, though, these symptoms can occur multiple times each day and interfere with activities of daily living. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (also known as ADHD) is a neurological condition characterized by difficulty focusing, impulsive behaviors, hyperactivity, and restlessness. In adults, ADHD may also manifest as memory or attention troubles. Any of these symptoms can cause issues at work or in personal life. ADHD

Anatomy of the Navicular Bone

January 2021 VeryWell Health

The navicular bone is one of the 26 bones in the human foot. It’s important for connecting the ankle to the lower bones in our feet and helps form the arch that enables us to walk. It is prone to stress fractures, especially by athletes while kicking, sprinting, twisting, or falling. Navicular Bone

              Combating Compassion Fatigue – Care for Caregivers

April 2019 Swooft Pet Care

Sympathetic, compassionate, and kind-hearted describes caregivers no matter who they are caring for. Teachers, nurses, physicians, adult children caring for aging parents, police officers, firefighters, veterinarians, veterinary technicians are all dedicated to helping others. Each of us is a caregiver. Our friends, family, and the animals that share our lives need us. We enjoy feeling needed; using our unique gifts to contribute to the well-being of others is rewarding. Caregiving can also be stressful and emotionally draining at times, but you don’t have to be a professional caregiver to know that.

Care for Caregivers