As part of her first-year medical school curriculum, Julia Rosenberg was asked to spend some time in a wheelchair to reassess notions of disability and accessibility. She relays a few things about life that she learned from the experience.
Alexandra Villasante grad philosophizes on the legacy left by those who donate their bodies to science.
An M.D./Ph.D. student breaks down the debate over the safety of raw milk consumption.
Fourth year med student Andre Shaffer gives the ins and outs of a med school interview.
Campbell Bryson, a first-year medical student at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, chronicles some seasonal disorders you will want to avoid this Ithaca winter.
Ruogu Fang grad discusses the connection between Cornell in Ithaca and Cornell in New York City.
Two med students at Weill Cornell discuss the prevalence of CVD, and its effect in low-income communities.
Joel Schrok, med, discusses the need for greater public support for science.
David Roy considers the medical dangers of smooching.
Gabriel Rosenfeld encourages you to take a few minutes everyday to improve your health.