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Have you EVER seen a dizzy scorpion?

It’s those sort of questions that med students ask themselves. Or at least I do, trying to remember that Scopolamine is a muscarinic antagonist meant to treat motion sickness. 110 more words

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Happy 7/11!

What have you got to ‘oh thank heaven’ for?

I’m still absurdly relieved that my first year of medical school is behind me. Very little seems daunting anymore, even though I’m still antsy about my Pharm. 581 more words

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Changes

Welp, school has started back up again for us! It feels like I never left. Everyone looks pretty much the same as I last saw them, with one exception: instead of that look of despair and emptiness like our soul was sucked out of our body, everyone now has this look of eager anticipation for what second year has in store for us. 166 more words

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NSU Students Start Crowdsourcing Project To Fund New Coral Reef Nurseries

FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Nova Southeastern University’s Oceanographic Center has launched a crowdsourcing campaign to raise money to expand its coral reef restoration project.

For nearly five decades, NSU’s Oceanographic Center has been a leader in marine research and education. 392 more words

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What to specialize in?

The University of Virginia School of Medicine has this online test that tells you what specialties  you have the greatest aptitude for. My top 20 results: 173 more words

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Pell Grant Protection Act calls for summer education funding

Amid 2011 budget cuts, Congress decided to withdraw year-round Pell Grants, leaving about 1 million students to find an alternative way to finance their summer education. 719 more words

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