Yesterday I befell an inevitable ageing that, as always, provides me with the troubling realisation I am getting old. Yet, as my optimistic flatmate and dear friend consoled me on several occasions, I am no longer an ‘old’ teenager but, rather, a ‘young’ adult. 222 more words
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After football season ended, Jacob Papp had free afternoons and a crush on a cheerleader. So, the Indiana high school senior joined her squad. Lifting a teenage girl, he figured, must be easier than benching his one-rep max of 250 pounds. 801 more words
Tomorrow is my summative exam which consists of watching a 15 min video and writing a clinical report.Eeek!
The video shows a conversation between a nurse and a patient on a certain health issue, for example, high blood pressure, cardiovascular diseases, smoking, alcohol addictions, obesity, diabetes etc. 575 more words
Education plays such a massive part in shaping us and determining our lives; now more than ever there is such an emphasis placed on grades and, whether this is appropriate (or not), the fact is that your chances of being employed in the career and company of your choice are massively increased if you get good exam results. 494 more words
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Earlier this week, one of our editors, Laura, rang in her first full month of living abroad in Norwich, England while she studies at the University of East Anglia.