A Fabry’s patient discusses her struggles of living with a rare disease – and how unpredictable symptoms could mean life or death.
By Freya Cormack and Brandon Foo Anyone who has ever heard of, or stepped foot in a university college knows of the controversies and cultures that exist within them. From the sexism, misogyny, hazing, and sexual assault stories; controversy is what many people have come to know and associate with these colleges. “I thought it […]
To access video, please follow this link: https://vimeo.com/269360511 When prompted, please use the following password: MDIA20035019449 The recent wave of criticism aimed at education boards around the world is hitting home, with uniform policies coming under fire for being strict and obsolete. In a world where individualism is increasingly endorsed, the restrictive choice of […]
By Violetta Katsaris & Sasika Jayasuriya After decades of suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKDU) in Galwaduwagama, Sri Lanka, a Reverse Osmosis (R.O) plant has been implemented by Impact Engineers to help provide clean water. “This project is not something that will greatly benefit us [the adults as opposed to the children]. We have already been drinking this […]