What's in a Name?

June 23, 2014

QuestionMarksEponyms are terms named after a real or imaginary person and occasionally, after a place. Whonamedit.com, a comprehensive dictionary of medical eponyms, contains lists of people by country, alphabetically by name and eponym, as well as an alphabetical list of women. Learn more about some of the diseases, physical exam signs, procedures and anatomic parts named after the familiar and not-so-familiar greats of medicine.


Government Made Easy

June 9, 2014

USA.govDid you know that the U.S. government has created more than 100 apps and mobile sites offering official information and services available for free download?  Many are cross-platform, but not all can be used on every device.  Check out the apps and sites below for information you can use: Read the rest of this entry »