After a long summer spent outside in the sun, you may notice new white spots on your skin. You may get worried: what do these spots mean? Are they dangerous? Should I be concerned? Most of the time, these white spots on the skin are a sign of sun damage. Skin cells that have been overexposed to UV rays from the sun will often stop producing melanin, creating areas of depigmentation, or white spots. In other cases, the areas may darken from sun damage, creating brown spots. While these spots are usually benign, they are a sign that you should be doing more to protect your skin from the sun as chronic overexposure to UV rays is one of the biggest causes of skin cancer. In particular, these white spots from sun exposure are usually attributed to a condition called idiopathic guttate
When we got Bob he was outdoors during the day and used to use the garden or somewhere around in the parkland. He would also go for walks with us and he would dash about and dig a hole, and use it, without a sound. Once he became an indoor cat he would dash about, from one tray to another, and yell, assume he did it for attention as he was indoors. He still shouts when he uses his tray, until I go and scoop it. So, what I am getting at here is that it might not be painful, it might just be a look at me kind of shout. We did have Bob checked due to having his tail amputated, in case he had a problem, and nothing showed up. I adopted my cat, Furball, when he was just a kitten. One of my biggest concerns was how to train him to use the litter box. It turned out that my fears were unfounded.
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To be perfectly honest, I don t know. I know it hasn t worked out for me. I ve got an M. S. in agribusiness, plus two years of lab courses. Most departments list a few lab courses as prerequisites usually general biology, microbiology, general chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, physics, and (non-lab courses) nutrition, statistics, and introduction to calculus. A few programs ask for more (e. g. UC Davis asks for 1 semester of physical chemistry, and I think UMass asks for 1 semester of analytic chemistry). However, apparently taking (or even exceeding) prerequisite requirements may not actually result in strong consideration for admission. Also, it appears that strongly specific vocational focus appears to be sought after. The graduate programs don t appear to be terribly
For many young people the chance to become an Army officer is a lifetime dream. They have been preparing for this career through hours of studying and staying physically fit. Below are some of the most common reasons why being commissioned as an Army officer is a goal. One of the biggest motivators to be an Army officer is to serve your country. Those who are interested in being in the military usually have a love for their country and would like to be able to give something back for the opportunity they have received. Commissions are granted by the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC), a military academy (West Point for the Army) or Officers Candidate School (OCS). Regardless of the route to a commission, educational benefits result. ROTC includes eligibility for a college scholarship;
Why do we sing the national anthem before sporting events? On Sept. 13, 1814, with the United States at war with Great Britain, lawyer Francis Scott Key and an American prisoner exchange agent were sent to negotiate a prisoner release with the British Navy. While there, the two learned of an imminent attack on the city of Baltimore and were held captive while nearby Fort McHenry was bombarded. Inspired by the eventual American victory -- and the sight of the flag still waving at sunrise -- Key wrote a poem entitled "The Defence of Fort M'Henry. " After returning home, he showed the work to his brother, who decided to set it to an old British melody -- and "The Star-Spangled Banner" was born. The song became increasingly popular over the 19th century, and began to pop up at parades and
English is full of seeming contradictions: ravel means both "to knit up" and "to unknit," inflammable refers to something that's flammable, and so on. George Carlin, the late comedian, often poked fun at English, and in doing so, highlighted another one of these contradictions: why do we park on the driveway but drive on the parkway? First, a defining of terms. A driveway is "a private road giving access from a public way to a building on abutting grounds," and in America, we tend to park our cars in the driveway since driveways typically come right alongside one's house. A parkway, on the other hand, is "a broad, landscaped highway. " The origins of each of these words seems pretty clearв drive + way, and park + way вbut if that's the case, when why don't the verbs that are the
Have you ever thought about becoming a writer? If you re like me and most of my readers, you probably have. But even if you haven t, you should think about it. Writing has done more for my life than I could have ever imagined. It has made me a better person, a better friend, and a better husband. It has even helped me to provide for myself and my family. And it can do the same for you, too. 1. Your job is to tell stories. Sure, it would be great to be a published author, but the truth is that telling stories itself is intrinsically good. Humans are biologically wired for story. In many ways, we live for story and we live through story. PI can t think of many jobs better than telling stories all the time. 2. PYou make people feel more alive. I like to think of writing as life distilled.
Congress is divided into two chambers, the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Senate is sometimes called the upper chamber and the House the lower chamber because the Founders thought that different sorts of people would be elected to these two bodies. House members face elections every two years in smaller districts, so the Founders thought that representatives would be closer to the people. In contrast, Senators were originally chosen by state legislatures, and with elections every six years and steeper eligibility requirements, the Founders believed that the Senate would serve as a voice for the nation's wealthy and established interests. To a certain extent, the Founders correctly predicted differences between the two chambers. ...