Imagine walking up a steep hill when suddenly you feel dizzy and develop a crushing pain in your chest. Heart attack! The next thing you know, you are in an ambulance on the way to the hospital. It turns out … Continue reading
Sarah Chow is a PhD student in the Department of Physiology at the University of British Columbia Canada and a recent graduate of the Banff Science Communication Program. She enjoys reading and writing about current scientific research focused on human and animal physiology, and spends her spare time running along the trails of the West Coast.
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