CRISPR Technology: A Revolutionary Gene Editing Tool

In recent years, genetic engineering has had various advancements. Due to this, genetic engineers are expanding their study in fields ranging from agriculture to biomedical science. One interesting and rather popular tool for gene editing is the “clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats” or simply, CRISPR technology. Let’s learn more about it in this blog! […]

Positive Thinking : How To Actually Do It

We’re living in tough and unprecedented times. Every day is a new wave of disappointing and at times, less than positive updates from around the globe. Most of us are confined in our houses, trying our best to curb the spread of COVID-19 from the inside, while others such as doctors, nurses and essential workers […]

Telemedicine: Advancing Towards the Future

What is Telemedicine? We’ve heard this term a lot of times in the recent future, but how much do we really understand it? Telemedicine refers to the advancements in healthcare and information technologies to provide remote clinical services to patients. What kind of services are included? It ranges from digital imaging, video consultations to remote […]

A Flashback on the Medicinal Gifts of Planet Earth

The world celebrated Earth Day on 22nd April 2020. Most of us are in our homes due to “social distancing” and miss going outside. Now we truly understand the importance of planet Earth’s bountiful nature. The earth has always provided for our needs. Before synthesizing medicine in our labs, we took help from the Earth. […]

Lockdown Blues : How To Take Care Of Yourself

Nobody could’ve imagined the time we are currently living in. The entire world is on complete or partial lockdown, all because of a nearly invisible virus — the coronavirus. While it is easy to enjoy staying at home for a few days, the indoors can certainly start feeling ominous after a period of time. Being […]

Tuberculosis through the years..

Ever wondered why March 24 is celebrated as World TB Day? That’s because on this very day back in 1882, German microbiologist Dr. Robert Koch announced the discovery of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the bacteria that causes tuberculosis (TB). At that time, one in every seven people living in the USA and Europe were dying due to […]

Don’t You Know That I’m Rare?

World Rare Disease Day is celebrated on the last day of February. It was started in 2008 to raise awareness and improve access to treatment and medical representation for individuals with rare diseases and their families. Rare diseases are not as rare as we think and affect many individuals. Rare diseases are a difficult territory […]

Love: The Intoxicating Cocktail of Chemicals

Love is a complicated emotion; not just in practice, but also in theory. When you are riding the romantic wave, your body and mind are subjected to different chemicals and stimuli, all of which mix and match to give you a different individual experience. While the outcome is surely unique for every single person, there […]

Can Online Networking Portals Benefit Doctors or other Healthcare Members?

What is networking? Keeping the literal meaning aside (since we’re all familiar with that), networking is an underrated and often overlooked step in our career development. With the advent of technology and its increased relevance in almost all fields, online networking is the latest trend. The healthcare sector is slowly warming up to the idea […]