Each semester students in the Health Sciences 4DM3 Demystifying Medicine course create videos on various medical topics. At the end of the semester students vote on which three videos are the best.
This video explains the science behind Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) and summarizes studies that depict brain pathways during ASMR.
[Click to view video about ASMR]
This video presents fun facts that explain the neurobiological circuitry of fear, common physiological responses that have evolutionary origins and ways to cope with fear.
[Click to view video about fear response]
Go through a typical day of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). This video is based on a personal account and demonstrates habits, behaviours and thoughts that a person with OCD may experience.
[Click to view video about OCD personal account]
This video explores what sleep paralysis really is, its biological cause, and also presents some tips to help prevent sleep paralysis.
[Click to view video about sleep paralysis]
This video explains what computer vision syndrome is and describes symptoms experienced by people who are frequent users of digital devices.
[Click to view video about computer vision syndrome]
This video explores the relationship between occurrences of low cholesterol and episodes of violent activity.
[Click to view video about low cholesterol linked to violence