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We all know that the brain is a “smart” organ. But when the cause of death or type or disease originating from the brain is unknown, you need a special person to help solve the mystery.

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What happens when an athlete gets an injury and needs to get back into top form? That's where the science of sports medicine comes in handy.

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Do you love to draw and love learning about science? People have probably told you that you have to pick one or the other, but it turns out you can do both! From textbooks to TV shows, medical artists bring science to life.

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Rowing has existed as a sport for a long time. The ancient civilizations of Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks all have left evidence that they organized boat races.

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What sort of work does a Product Manager in Oncology do?

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It’s flu season again and the flu shot is here! But why is it so important to get this yearly vaccine and how does it work?

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In proving the existence of stem cells, Ernest Armstrong McCulloch and James Edgar Till made one of the most important advancements in Canadian medical research since Banting and Best discovered insulin.

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Cancer is linked with genetics and genetics is linked to heredity, which is why some people assume that all cancers are inherited. But the truth is, only about 10 percent of cancers are hereditary.

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Has anyone ever told you that hookah smoking is safer than cigarette smoking? Well, I hear that quite often from my friends. But, they are incorrect. In fact, hookah smoking can be even more harmful than cigarette smoking.

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Have you ever woken up in the morning, tried to muffle an audible "good morning" to your parents and found that you sounded like a rubber ducky? Well, it’s totally normal–you’re in puberty!

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