Art & Lifestyle

A difference of touch

July 18, 2015 Sreya Banerjee 0

Having spent numerous hours in various out-patient departments, I’ve observed how differently each doctor handles a patient. A lump in the neck is examined with a skilled but soft touch at times. The same lesion

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Living With HIV – An Observation

April 27, 2015 Sreya Banerjee 0

HIV- When you hear this acronym, what is it that goes on in your head? Something along the lines of: fear, anger, blame and pity? I’ve been guilty of the same, despite being a medical

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What sets a KMCite apart?- An Interview

March 3, 2015 Sreya Banerjee 0

“Every year, thousands of hopeful faces. Hard work and dedication pays off. Getting into medical college, to brand new places. The “med-school experience” you ask? The seasoned student scoffs !” But not here, not in


Cooking – Therapy For The Soul

January 9, 2015 Sreya Banerjee 0

“And every second’s like torture, Hell over trip, no more so. Finding a way to let go Baby baby no I can’t escape…”-The Heart Wants What It Wants(Song) No, this isn’t an article about heart-break.