I started off thinking I wanted to go into Medicine because of my interest in Science and my fascination with the way in which the human body functions. Now I think it runs deeper than that, when I was younger my Grandfather suffered from a heart attack, sadly he didn't survive. I think that this is ingrained in a part of me, I remember feeling so helpless, the ambulance took over an hour to get to us. My mum, dad and me (I was 10) went straight over, what I remember most specifically is that I was in the living room, on the phone to the 999 operator relaying instructions to my mum, who was in another room with my Granddad, who I think was unconscious at the time. I blamed myself for a long time, thinking that he might have lived if I had given the instructions more clearly. This
Pain is a pesky part of being human, I've learned it feels like a stab wound to the heart, something I wish we could all do without, in our lives here. Pain is a sudden hurt that can't be escaped. But then I have also learned that because of pain, I can feel the beauty, tenderness, and freedom of healing. Pain feels like a fast stab wound to the heart. But then healing feels like the wind against your face when you are spreading your wings and flying through the air! We may not have wings growing out of our backs, but healing is the closest thing that will give us that wind against our faces. You need to know how much you hurt me. I loved you with everything I have and in every way I know how, and I m sorry that wasn t good enough for you. I tried to be everything you wanted and needed
What Do Dreams Mean? Just as there are varying opinions as to why we dream, there are also different views as to what dreams mean. Some experts say dreams have no connection to our real emotions or thoughts. They are just strange stories that don't relate to normal life. Others say our dreams may reflect our own underlying thoughts and feelings -- our deepest desires, fears, and concerns, especially recurring dreams. By interpreting our dreams, we may be able to gain insight into our lives and ourselves. Many people say they have come up with their best ideas while dreaming, so dreams may be a conduit of creativity. Often people report having similar dreams -- they are being chased, fall off a cliff, or appear in public naked. These types of dreams are likely caused by a hidden stress or.
A vaginal, also known as vaginal, genital, or vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC), is an infection involving a type of, or yeast. The fungus most commonly associated with vaginal yeast infection is called Candida albicans, which account for up to 92% of all cases, with the remainder due to other species of Candida. These fungi can be found all over the body and are normally present in warm and moist areas of the body. Studies have shown that up to 20% to 50% of all women normally carry yeast in the vagina without the presence of symptoms. When C albicans in the vagina multiplies to the point of infection, this infection can cause vaginal inflammation, irritation, odor, discharge, and itching. Certain types of bacteria that live naturally in the vagina usually keep C albicans from growing out
I can t even remember all the times I ve been asked the question: Why would you want to be a teacher? I hear all about how little teachers are paid, and how people just don t know how you do it. I have had people treat me like they don t really think preschool teachers are teachers, rather, over-paid babysitters. I wrote a on it once, so did my friend,. I ve written about why. What I haven t written about, was why I choose to be a preschool teacher, or more like, why I stay a preschool teacher. It doesn t pay great, especially if you are working in a child care setting. Working for a school district pays significantly better, but still doesn t offer some of the benefits that regular teachers get (such as health care, pay stretched out over the summer, etc. ). Those things don t matter so
Itchiness behind the ears can be because of a number of causes ranging from allergies to infections. To properly treat itchiness, also called pruritis, you should consult a doctor for a definitive diagnosis. If not properly treated, scratching behind the ears can result in damage to the skin, worsening infection or spread of the condition. One of the most common causes of itching behind the ears in adults is dandruff, or seborrheic dermatitis. The condition causes flaky, itchy skin on the scalp and can occur behind the ears. According to the Merck Manuals, dermatitis causes an itchy, often red, rash sometimes accompanied by blisters, swelling and often oozing, scabbing and scaling. Ringworm can affect the skin behind the ears. According to MayoClinic. com, ringworm causes redness and
The first step to reducing or avoiding compulsive eating is recognizing that the problem exists. YouБll also want to determine when youБre most likely to binge. Once youБve done this, try these tips to help avoid overeating. Keep a food diary to track everything you eat, especially if you binge. Seeing how many calories youБre eating (on paper or through an ) may help you stop the cycle. Try to eat healthfully throughout the month. Cut back on foods containing. Load up on such as, and. Fiber helps you feel fuller longer. DonБt buy junk food. ItБs harder to eat it if it isnБt in the house. Instead, buy ingredients to make healthy snacks with a variety of textures and flavors. When the urge to binge hits, drink a glass of with fresh fruit or mint. It may be enough to curb your cravings. or
Hispanic Heritage MONTH was established by legislation sponsored by Rep. Edward R. Roybal (D-Los Angeles) first proclaimed President in 1968. The commemorative week was expanded by legislation sponsored by Rep. Esteban E. Torres (D-Pico Rivera) and implemented by President in 1988 to cover a 30-day period (September 15 - October 15). It was enacted into law on August 17, 1988 on the approval of. September 15 was chosen as the starting point for the celebration because it is the anniversary of independence of five countries:, and. All declared independence in 1821. In addition, and celebrate their independence days on September 16, September 18, and September 21, respectively. ...
If You're On The Fence About Getting Married, Read This At first glance, it seems like married men might be a dying breed, as more and more guys are deciding that the whole wedding thing just isn't for them. Commercials, and sitcoms frequently represent married men as bumbling screw-ups, suffering under the judgmental eye of their all-knowing wives. Every day, married guys are told that they've given up their freedom or that they've been emasculated. But you know what? Married men don't mind all the ribbing. They can take the jokes from the media, and from all of their immature, misogynistic friends. They can handle it all because, in truth, they know they have it way better than the do. You may think that marriage is for suckers, but we re here to give your head a shake. In fact, we ll