Monthly Archives: October 2015

The Dangers of K2

By Danielle Jones
October 21, 2015

My name is Danielle Jones. I am a medical student with a bit of background in public health. I decided to write this article because I had little familiarity with K2 before I started my inpatient psychiatry rotation during my third year of medical school. During that rotation, I came into contact with several people […]

The Role of Infectious Diseases in Mental Health

By Jeremy Aguinaldo
October 8, 2015

The purpose of writing this article is to highlight the role of infectious diseases in mental health. After infection from certain microorganisms, the symptoms they elicit can be straight forward. For example, after infection from the Rhinovirus (the Common Cold), it is expected to come down with runny nose, cough, sore throat, watery eyes, sneezing […]