UPDATE 7/30: I couldn’t last a couple days, my headaches were bad, I was unfocused and miserable. I’m back on caffeine. In hindsight, I would have tapered off drinking half of what I normally drink until I hit zero. That’s something for me to consider whenever I have time off again, whenever that may be.Continue reading “Caffeine Reset”
Undertaking a new hobby: trying to make content in Khmer to explain common medical topics for the purposes of seeking to improve future patient education and partnership in their care. ‘Moula-height’ means cause in Khmer. The reason for this project was the fact that I felt like there was a lot of misinformation on healthContinue reading “Project “Moula-Height””
Shinrin in Japanese means “forest,” and yoku means “bath.” So shinrin–yoku means bathing in the forest. https://time.com/5259602/japanese-forest-bathing/ It was a nice change of pace to the concrete jungle of DC. There was a sense of normalcy and a reminder that despite everything going on in our world as we know it, life is still going on for earth, the skies, the littleContinue reading “Forest Bathing 2020”
Read the Full Article Here The emergency department is chaotic, loud, and untidy. But if there is a common character trait of everyone, the patients, and the staff, it would be that everyone endures. They endure the long wait hours, the endless bureaucratic lists to check, and the uncertainty of what comes through that door.Continue reading “Where is your next meal coming from?”
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Hi, I’m Heng, a medical student that’s interested in: improving health systems in impoverished communities, the newest tech, and everything about food.
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