Monthly Archives: February 2011
Gross anatomy is the most defining aspect of the first year medical school experience, and perhaps of all four years. As the first half of the academic year comes to an end, medical schools all over the country are holding … Continue reading
What’s Cap up to these days when he’s not saving the universe and appearing in Superbowl ads? Suicide prevention, it seems. Psychologist Dr. Tim Ursiny worked with Marvel comics to write a suicide prevention comic featuring Captain America, complete with … Continue reading
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