Games can make the world a better place, Jane McGonigal is convinced. At the Healthcare Experience Design conference in Boston last week she explained how she turned a painful recovery into a game.
53,364 people in the United States have been older than 100 years, the Census 2010 showed. Despite that being less than 0.02 per cent of the population, there is a lot we can learn from this demographic.
Gretchen Rubin’s inspiring keynote at the HxD conference provided the audience with some helpful tips on how to be happy. We at MedCrunch are thrilled to share Gretchen’s happiness resolutions with you.
Why is it so hard to live your life the way you want without following what is expected from you? Here are some tips to help you do what you really want!
Going into medicine for the wrong reasons can lead to pain and misery. Discover if you'll be a happy and fulfilled physician. Must-read for all pre-meds out there!
Most medical students find that there are many sub-fields they find engaging. So what happens at the end of the road if you haven’t decided and are still torn between more than one specialty?
When we think of contractors (at least in Europe) a physician usually not comes up our mind. The plumber across the street or the my best friend's hairdresser, but ...
The headline of this post comes from a book called Tuesday with Morrie. Maybe some of you read it. The quote has been used by a Singapore-based physician named Dr. Richard Teo, who not only millions as a physician but also mingled with the rich and famous.