Monday, May 23, 2022

BusyFormula #035: The innovation race that is shaping Formula One

It was the aftermath of the 2021 Styrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg. Max Verstappen had finished in P1, 35.7 seconds ahead of Lewis Hamilton in 2nd place. And while the Orange army was elated that things were going their way, the more neutral fans of the sport were slightly disillusioned. Had we just traded one team’s dominance for another? 

Who Let The Doc Out?! #022: Here are 5 things that medical TV shows...

Medical dramas have become something of a nightmare for many medical professionals. They are often fraught with blatant inaccuracies which dramatically alter patient expectations, a phenomenon physicians are calling The Grey’s Anatomy Effect.

Who Let The Doc Out?! #021: Which STD tests should you get, and how...

STDs occur quite frequently among sexually active people. In fact, according to the World Health Organization, over one million STDs are contracted every day worldwide. However, most STDs present with no or mild signs and symptoms.

Who Let The Doc Out?! #020: What you need to know about calories, energy...

Many people attach a negative connotation to calories, automatically correlating them with excess weight gain, but they are in fact extremely important for the normal functioning of the human body.

Who Let The Doc Out?! #019: 7 easy ways to manage heartburn at home

Although many people use medication to control reflux symptoms, sometimes the answer to the resolution of your heartburn is available right in your kitchen pantry.

Who Let The Doc Out?! #018: What your poop says about your health

Pooping is one of those things that everyone does, but no one really wants to talk about. However, more of us should be talking about it, because your poop can tell you and your doctor a whole lot about your health, from the number of times you poop, to the way your poop looks in the toilet.

Who Let The Doc Out?! #017: COVID-19 variants and vaccines

While a lot of the information about the signs and symptoms, management, and recovery process of COVID-19 has remained more or less unchanged over the past two years, new questions are arising regarding the new coronavirus variants and vaccination as a preventative measure.