Archive for the 'Medicine' Category

07
Jun
07

Forgetting May Be Part of the Process of Remembering

Whether drawing a mental blank on a new A.T.M. password, a favorite recipe or an old boyfriend, people have ample opportunity every day to curse their own forgetfulness. But forgetting is also a blessing, and researchers reported on Sunday that the ability to block certain memories reduces the demands on the brain when it is trying to recall something important.

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17
May
07

Valium Advertisement

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1966 ROCHE VALIUM (diazepam) AD,

05
May
07

The Eyes Have It

The Eyes Have It- Pl Refer attached link and explore

http://www.leepotts.com/tehi/

Edited by graphic designer Lee W. Potts, this innovative site examines visual communications in the pharmaceutical, biotech and healthcare sectors.

Driven by WordPress weblogging software, the site takes a blog format, where dated posts appear in chronological order, but posts can also be browsed by category, so an interested visitor can focus on books, photography, PowerPoint or posters, for example.

Recent posts have addressed vintage drug ads, brain art, upcoming conferences and the teaching of human anatomy. Visitors can leave comments about each post, as well, so the site has the potential to become a valuable community for those involved in the visual arts in a healthcare setting.

28
Oct
06

The Median Isn’t the Message

The Median Isn’t the Message by Stephen Jay Gould

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Prefatory Note by Steve Dunn

Stephen Jay Gould was an influential evolutionary biologist who taught at Harvard University. He was the author of at least ten popular books on evolution, and science, including, among others, The Flamingo’s Smile, The Mismeasure of Man, Wonderful Life, and Full House.

As far as I’m concerned, Gould’s The Median Isn’t the Message is the wisest, most humane thing ever written about cancer and statistics. It is the antidote both to those who say that, “the statistics don’t matter,” and to those who have the unfortunate habit of pronouncing death sentences on patients who face a difficult prognosis. Anyone who researches the medical literature will confront the statistics for their disease. Anyone who reads this will be armed with reason and with hope. The Median Isn’t the Message is reproduced here by permission of the author.

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