Started my molecular externship today! Because you can do things like that when you’re on medical leave. (And you’re better.) I don’t have to wait till the summer. But finally… something to show for this godforsaken year off!
I’ve learned that making a living is not the same thing as making a life.– Maya Angelou (via walksinbeauty) This is everything that I’ve been trying to say recently. (via wanderlusts) Truth! (via doctorbone)
Nick Cannon Diagnosed with 'Lupus-like' Autoimmune...
“In January, Mariah Carey took to Twitter to report that her husband, “America’s Got Talent” host Nick Cannon, had been hospitalized in Aspen, Colorado with “mild kidney failure.” Cannon had been taken to the hospital for abdominal pain. In addition, only a few weeks later, Cannon had a second hospitalization due to blood clots in his lungs. Cannon is now...
acute and chronic inflammation
Currently reading Chapter 2 of Robbins, Acute and Chronic Inflammation. I suddenly had an urge to floss my teeth. Coincidence…?
Restaurant Of the Year 2012: Joe Muer Seafood
“At dusk, the dining room sparkles with the panorama of the Detroit River. Pink light from the sunset bounces off glass buildings on the Windsor side, sending the rosy glow shimmering back across the water to Detroit. The red Caesars casino sign dominates the Windsor night skyline, as commercial boats slowly ply upriver toward Belle Isle… There’s a progression from past to present in...
Amateur Renaissance Man: Great quote for picking a... →
doctorbone: Everyday I think about what I want to do and what kind of life I want to have when I am practicing. I have about two months to decide what I want to focus on in my 4th year rotations, which means that I need to know what specialty I want to pursue. It’s a daunting task for me because I have…
Confessions of a 'Bad' Teacher
“Until we provide equal educational resources to all students and teachers, no matter where they come from, we can’t say — with any scientific accuracy — how well or poorly they’re performing. Perhaps if we start the conversation there, things will start making a bit more sense.” Read it here.
Where the Jobs Are, the Training May Not Be
“As state funding has dwindled, public colleges have raised tuition and are now resorting to even more desperate measures — cutting training for jobs the economy needs most… This squeeze is one result of the states’ 25-year withdrawal from higher education. During and immediately after the last few recessions, states slashed financing for colleges. Then when the economy recovered,...
breaking news- Senate Rejects Contraception...
Thursday, March 1st, 2012 “WASHINGTON — The Senate has voted 51-48 against an amendment by Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) that would allow insurers to deny coverage of health services — such as birth control — if an employer objected on religious or moral grounds.” More here: http://www.medpagetoday.com/Washington-Watch/Washington-Watch/31441