Upstate Medical Emergency Medicine physician Dr. Brian Kloss and illustrator Travis Bruce use pop culture references, nostalgia, and unconventional humor to bridge the gap between challenging microbiology content and clinical knowledge of infectious diseases.
"Why can't we tickle ourselves? How can slow touch convey more powerful emotions than fast touch? How does touch shape our perception of the world?The latest addition to the Really Strange series, this science-based graphic comic addresses these questions and more, revealing the complexity of touch and exploring its power and limits.
Each time we come into contact with a virus or bacterium, an enthralling drama plays out inside our bodies, and this drama deserves telling. If we could only see what happens during an infection, it would be like the most action-packed war movie ever.
Science-backed comics and videos to educate people of all ages about complex health topics. Created by a board-certified pediatric allergist/immunologist and a cartoonist and an illustrator health communication specialist and multimedia content producer.