Video Game Psychology: The Science that Goes Into Making Games Exciting

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Research Psychologist; Science in Action Representative, American Psychological Association

What makes playing video games so enjoyable? And what makes some games not so fun? Why is a game too hard for one person but not another? That's up to video game psychologists to figure out! read more

5 Tips for High School Students Considering a Career in Medicine

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Neurosurgeon

Are you motivated by challenges? Are you compassionate? Do biology and scientific knowledge inspire you? If that sounds like you, these tips can help you in your future in medicine. read more

How to Become a Veterinarian

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Director of Pre-professional Programs, Gannon University

What exactly does becoming a veterinarian entail? And what will your college years be like? Read on to find out. read more

Scholarship Saturday: June 6, 2015

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Doctors Without Borders: An Overview

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Freelance Writer

Doctors Without Borders is an organization with an incredible mission. Here's a look at what you need to do to join their ranks and how you can get involved right now. read more

Career Spotlight: Genetics

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Interested in a career in genetics? Here, we break down the responsibilities, education needed, job growth, salaries, and more! read more

Five Questions to Ask Your MCAT Tutor

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Professional MCAT Tutor; Contributing Writer, Varsity Tutors

With the level of challenging course work covered, it is no surprise that many people feel the urgent need for extra help when studying for the MCAT. But before working with a tutor, there are several questions you should ask. read more

Advice for College from Higher Ed Experts: Laurie N. Sherwen, Health Studies

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Dean, Samson College of Health Sciences, University of the Sciences

When it comes to studying the health sciences, it seems like doctors and nurses get all the attention. Of course, doctors and nurses rock, but what other health specialties are out there? We asked an expert to discuss some of the unique health care specialties students may study. read more

Health and Medicine Majors and Potential Jobs

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The need for trained and qualified health care professionals today is crucial. From dentists to doctors to the other side of the spectrum of athletic trainers and physical therapists, spots are waiting to be filled. If you aspire to be the next Gregory House, take a look at these careers in health and medicine. read more

Synthetic Biology Unleashes Possibilities of Printing Blood Vessels and Bones

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Data Entry Specialist, Carnegie Communications

Synthetic biology is a relatively new area of biological research, combining science and engineering, that focuses on the design and construction of new biological functions and systems not found in nature. Recently, we have seen breakthroughs in this field that will have a massive impact on health care and medicine. If you are as excited about these developments as I am, you must be wondering how you can jump into this field! read more