Welcome to Inside the Heart! Along with academic research, Youth Medical Journal invites our writers to indulge in the creative aspect of medical writing and share their narratives, artwork, commentary, and poetry. Allow us to take you on journey inside the creative minds of our writers; inside the heart.
Preventive medicine involves a combination of medical practices which are designed to avoid disease and illness, with the aims of improving quality and quantity of life. This proactive approach to patient care ensures sickness is minimised to enable patients to have the best chance of recovery to optimum health.
This is a beautiful poem about the process of dying, touching on the creative aspects regarding what it may feel like to die.
This poem reflects the experience of a child with P.A.N.D.A.S, a rare but terrifying neuroimmune disease.
Stress is an especially dangerous condition when continuously experienced, which can lead to chronic stress. A growing number of individuals among the general population are beginning to face chronic stress, among those medical students, putting them at risk for poor mental health and cardiovascular disease. This article explores such impacts as well as effective techniques to lower stress for those at risk.
This poem reflects the effects of cancer on loved ones.
A brief poem about the value of our well being. The poem includes a line or two giving a glimpse on the detrimental effect of smoking. The inadequate effects of smoking that kill more than 480,000 people in a year.
How does blue light affect your sleep? Blue light can improve sleep and help the brain recover from injury. The article analyzed was a placebo and blind trial displaying that it was unbiased.
This article examines how different childhood experiences can affect multiracial-ethnic identities and impede the developmental process.
As the world undergoes a cultural revolution towards technology, we see an increasing number of youth trading in their jump ropes and outdoor toys for the newest ipad or phone. While it can be argued that this shift is an inevitable result of our evolving society, we also must acknowledge why it is a problem.
Alfred Hitchcock’s film “Psycho”, while entertaining and thrilling to watch, may shed light on how outsiders perceive mental disorders and mental instability in others. This short analysis discusses Norman Bates’ mental state specifically.
A short creative poetry piece about the life of a doctor and show appreciation to those who work in the medical field.
3D printing is a well-known technology, and recently its revolutionary significance in clinical settings has started to be researched and utilised. This article explores the various medical applications of 3D printing, both currently and hopes for its future.
Modern society emphasizes the importance of conservation of resources and sustainable development, instilling these virtues from a young age for the betterment of society. However, in what ways beyond simply awareness could the movement towards conservation be encouraged?
River pollution and water pollution, in general, has become a major focus of the public in recent decades. In fact, just this month, a fire broke out in the Gulf of Mexico following a gas leak. These events can be environmentally destructive, and…
Scientists often study local customs, traditions, and practices before implementing an epidemic control centre in a respective country. This is when anthropology and science combine their forces to work towards a similar goal. However, this marriage of anthropology and science may prove to be detrimental for healthcare due to the subconscious presence of prejudices and biases.
This poem focuses on blindness, most specifically on one perspective of mental depletion caused from this condition that has started on a later part of their life.
This poem signifies the experience of someone with asthma as a child.
Physicians are professionals trained in the art of healing. They diagnose and treat injuries and illnesses. But what makes a “good” doctor and why?
Dementia is a condition in which there are multiple stages of progressive effects, most notably pertaining to memory loss.
This poem is about the struggles that the world had to go through this year.
Alcohol Related Liver Disease(ARLD) is a disease that is caused by alcohol abuse, leading to the damaging of the liver. It can reach a stage where the liver is permanently damaged, to a point where liver failure is a possibility.
In this world-renowned play, I will be discussing one of the prevalent, transnational issues that is signficant in the functioning of the play as well as prominence in contemporary society.
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