Originally posted on November 30, 2006 @ 3:38 pm
If you’re planning on going to medical school, there are a gaggle of variables to consider. You must first understand the commitment of time, energy, and money you will be required to make to complete your journey through med school, and prepare yourself for the undertaking.
The decision to work your way through medical school should never be made without significant self reflection and deep, honest thought. Make sure you know the full path you’ll have to navigate to complete the degree you desire, because school is challenging. [Read more…]
Originally posted on June 30, 2018 @ 3:14 pm
Choosing the right person to be your surgeon, especially if it’s a life or death matter, can be one of the more stressful decisions that you have to make as an adult. So, as much as possible, you want to gather all of the information that you can in order to make the best choice.
To help you find the right person, consider checking their online presence, reading about medical technology in advance, researching surgery risks, using logic instead of emotion when it comes to making your choice, and having your family help you out with regard to the details as well. [Read more…]
Originally posted on April 18, 2016 @ 10:08 pm
I’ve always been fascinated with the medical information that I learn every day on the internet and most especially on television. I do try to remember them all and follow the doctors’ orders.
Thanks to this wonderful TV show “The Doctors,” I and a lot of other people for sure are getting more educated about common and not-so-common medical conditions as well as modern procedures and practical remedies that we can do at home to solve certain health issues and lead a healthy lifestyle.
I watch this show hosted by four highly successful American doctors (Travis, Lisa, Andrew and Jim) almost every day and these medical experts never fail to share wonderful stories of survival, breakthroughs in medical technology and procedures and other vital information that viewers can really learn from. Each episode features a theme which is often very interesting and intriguing that you’ll want to wait for the show to finish and not bat an eyelash in between breaks.
Originally posted on October 4, 2012 @ 8:29 pm