Coca Cola | Time Capsule Log đź’Š

I hope you’ve all enjoyed the Six-Word Stories I’ve been putting out! I’m now beginning a new segment called “Time Capsule Log”, which I’m extremely excited about. I’ll be exploring inventions & breakthroughs with weird origin stories, whether it be failed pharmaceutical drugs eventually fated for non-clinical use or accidental products that have ended up… Read More Coca Cola | Time Capsule Log đź’Š

Addiction: A Six-Word Story

YOUng cARelessnEss – Married mY sweetHEart, heROin. Explanation: Often depicted negatively, addiction is a very serious condition – people with addiction are heavily stigmatized against, seen as “crackheads” with a lack of “willpower…or a moral compass”1. I wanted to show the interaction between a patient who requires help for their addiction and somebody willing to… Read More Addiction: A Six-Word Story

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: A Six-Word Story

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy hurts; My heart overflows! Explanation: Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is a condition that causes increased filling pressure due to the thickening of the myocardial wall1 – in a very simplistic way, I depicted this as the heart “overflowing” with blood. The phrase “my heart overflows” is a Biblical inference to Psalm 23:5-62; the original phrase… Read More Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: A Six-Word Story

Sir Paul Nurse: University of Bristol’s New Chancellor!

     On Wednesday, 22nd of March, marked a monumental day. And with most monumental events in Bristol, it took place in the Great Hall of the Will’s Memorial Building. So, after a failed session of attempting to write up notes on heart arrhythmias, I skedaddled down to the post office room, because I forgot… Read More Sir Paul Nurse: University of Bristol’s New Chancellor!