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The Appeal of Osteopathic Medicine
09/19/2017
Did you know that osteopathic physicians (DO’s) learn the same curriculum and train the same way as traditional medical students? Where they differ is in philosophy. Osteopathic physicians take a more holistic, hands-on approach to their patients by focusing on the structure and function of the whole body, not just their symptoms of disease or … Continue reading The Appeal of Osteopathic Medicine
Baja’s Wild Side
09/15/2017
Many people envision Baja California as a land of glittering bars, cruise ship crowds, and esplanades full of souvenirs of Ensenada or Cabo San Lucas. In reality, Baja California is a vast, mostly uninhabited expanse of remote undeveloped lands with unique flora, untouched wildlife, and prehistoric cultural treasures. Within just a long day’s drive of … Continue reading Baja’s Wild Side
Twins in Space: The Effects of Space Travel on Humans
09/13/2017
Researchers love identical twins. Because they have the same genetic code, they provide a unique opportunity to determine how environment may lead to developmental differences – i.e. nature vs. nurture. In this new program from the Stein Institute for Research on Aging, Brinda K. Rana, PhD, shares the results of NASA’s remarkable Twins Study. In … Continue reading Twins in Space: The Effects of Space Travel on Humans
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