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Clinical Evaluation

We have this subject once a week, and this is when we get to see and practice on patients. Yup, even I get uncomfortable at the thought of that. 395 more words

Personal

Oh, What a Wonderful World.

God sent me another one of his timely, extraordinary gifts. When I need it most, he always finds finds a way of intervening. Sometimes as subtle as a phone call from a loved one, telling me to not do the very thing I had been wanting to, or sometimes as blatant as the screen on my phone turning white for hours when I was contemplating reaching out to a toxic person in my life. 323 more words

Medicine

Secondary Apps: Killing me Slowly

For those you who don’t keep up with the medical school application process, it’s a pain in the butt.  But actually, I feel like I’m jumping through hoops to get all this done.  583 more words

Application

Alarms: On

I was laying in bed the other day when I realized for the first time since graduation that I have not set an alarm to wake up. 217 more words

Medical School

Five things I learned: Family Medicine I

Now that i’ve successfully passed my step 1 board exams I feel like I can finally really start to think about what I want to be when I grow up. 710 more words

Midwest goes Outback

Welcome to the blog! I’m Laura Stewart and my husband, Caleb and I are about to embark on a big journey together.  Throughout the past year, Caleb applied to medical schools. 441 more words

Conquering the MCAT...and Dealing with the Loss of a Loved One

Today, I received the very sad news that one of my beloved uncles from Scotland (my mother’s brother) has passed away following a period of illness. 305 more words

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