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Can money actually buy happiness?

Can money really buy happiness?

As the cliché goes: “money can’t buy happiness.” But is that really true? Yes and no. According to new research originally explored by Medical News Today, money can only buy a certain type of happiness. It is all about what individuals value and how they balance life. In a study published in the journal Emotion […]

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Stress-free holiday season

10 Ways to Fight Stress this Holiday Season

The season to be merry and bright can sometimes seem anything but. Schedules are jam-packed, expectations are high and money might be tight. In the interest of mental health and self-help, here are some tips adapted from Health.com to fight stress during the holidays. Exercise Taking a half-hour walk every day can reduce anxiety, improve […]

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Student Catalog Announcement. 11/30/2017

Dear Students, We would like to inform you that the 2018 Student Catalog has been posted on the SJSM website in the “downloads” tab found under “Resources” or directly at: https://www.sjsm.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Saint-James-Catalog-Final.pdf.  Please familiarize yourself with all new policies and procedures in the Catalog.  Below is a partial list of the most important updates: –          Additional […]

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Saint James affordable medical education works to reduce doctor shortage.

United States Faces Major Doctor Shortage

The U.S. is facing a significant doctor shortage, according to the Association for American Medical Colleges (AAMC). In the AAMC’s Key Findings release, primary care physician demand is predicted to grow 17 percent in the next decade. However, current demand outnumbers the supply. By 2025, the U.S. will need around 46,000 to 90,000 doctors. “These […]

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Post-Hurricane Jose Update 3

Dear Students & Parents: Although the SJSM campus is currently operational between 9 am to 4 pm, the issues that still remain are power, running water, and debris clean-up in certain areas of the island. Information coming out of the island suggests that Anguilla is working towards restoring normalcy. Our primary concern is the safety […]

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Post-Hurricane Irma Day 2 Update. Dated: 9/08/2017

On the 6th September, Hurricane Irma passed over Anguilla. Anguilla sustained considerable damage to buildings and homes, there was some flooding in areas, and general power supply is still off. The SJSM campus itself sustained relatively minimal damage, with some broken windows, doors, and some water seeping into some rooms. Other than that the buildings […]

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Post-Hurricane Irma Day 1 Update, Dated: 9/7/2017.

Yesterday Hurricane Irma passed over Anguilla with wind gusts up to 190 mph. It was one of the most powerful hurricanes in recorded history. For most of the yesterday communication was down. However, today we have been able to communicate with several of our faculty and staff at our campus and some students. The new […]

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Medical school blog on hypochondriacs and heart disease risk.

Can Hypochondriacs Cause Their Own Heart Disease?

Everyone has that one friend who tends to jump to the worst conclusions when it comes to their health. The most minute of symptoms and body aches can signify the onset of severe diseases—at least within their own minds. This is generally referred to as hypochondria, but recently it has taken on a new term […]

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Saint James Receives Excellent USMLE Pass Rate in 2016-2017

Want to practice medicine in the United States? Start preparing for the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE). The USMLE is a three-step exam that provides medical licensure to top scoring students, and is sponsored by the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) and the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME). According to the USMLE […]

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