So, this is a picture of “the internet”  (http://www3.nd.edu/~networks/Image%20Gallery/gallery.htm). I was wondering for all you pre-med’s out there, what resources do you find are missing? What are you looking for that you just can’t find?

So, this is a picture of “the internet”  (http://www3.nd.edu/~networks/Image%20Gallery/gallery.htm).

I was wondering for all you pre-med’s out there, what resources do you find are missing? What are you looking for that you just can’t find?

More from the World Science Festival (http://worldsciencefestival.com)

In a Coma, Do We Cease to Exist?

What happens when someone slips into a vegetative state? Do they feel pain? Do they think? Without consciousness, do they ostensibly cease to exist? Such questions have haunted neuroscientists—and countless family members of coma victims—for ages. But new research is shedding light on these issues and what is a larger existential question about the nature of consciousness itself.

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Ian Waterman’s Missing Body

Ian Waterman woke up one morning and realized that his body was gone. In reality, it was still there, but Ian had lost all proprioception—the body’s awareness of positioning in space, often considered a sixth sense—from the neck down. Based on his collaboration with neurophysiologist Jonathan Cole, performance artist Andrew Dawson presents The Articulate Hand, a media-rich, on-stage portrayal of patients whose peculiar impairments—physiological and neurological—provide stunning insights into just how we humans are wired, and how adaptable that wiring may be.

We turn to doctors to save our lives — to heal us, repair us, and keep us healthy. But when it comes to the critical question of what to do when death is at hand, there seems to be a gap between what we want doctors to do for us, and what doctors want done for themselves. - The Bitter End wyncradiolab. Full podcast here: http://www.radiolab.org/blogs/radiolab-blog/2013/jan/15/bitter-end/
The Death of Marat (French: La Mort de Marat or Marat Assassiné) by Jacques-Louis David

We turn to doctors to save our lives — to heal us, repair us, and keep us healthy. But when it comes to the critical question of what to do when death is at hand, there seems to be a gap between what we want doctors to do for us, and what doctors want done for themselves. - The Bitter End wyncradiolab. Full podcast here: http://www.radiolab.org/blogs/radiolab-blog/2013/jan/15/bitter-end/


The Death of Marat (French: La Mort de Marat or Marat Assassiné) by Jacques-Louis David

" When Plato called the uterus ‘an animal within an animal’ he was not speaking metaphorically. Echoing a common belief of his own time, he was convinced that under proper conditions it ’ becomes seriously angry and moves around the body.’" -  The Mysteries Within - Sherwin Nuland

" When Plato called the uterus ‘an animal within an animal’ he was not speaking metaphorically. Echoing a common belief of his own time, he was convinced that under proper conditions it ’ becomes seriously angry and moves around the body.’" -  The Mysteries Within - Sherwin Nuland