What kind of birth control is right for you?

Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed and frustrated when having to choose a birth control option for you? Well I hope this short little piece can help make that decision a little bit easier. So let’s begin discussing the long term options. The first is a total hysterectomy, which pretty much means you remove all of […]

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How to find a stress outlet while in Medical School

It is to nobody’s surprise that medical school can be very stressful. It creates much anxiety for individuals that are already prone to being anxious or even to the ones that never were.  Therefore it is imperical that you find an escape valve, whichever that may be for you.  Students often find themselves a bit […]

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Do’s and Don’t’s of the Interview Season

Sorry for being away for so long. As you may all know interview season has started and between rotations, traveling, and interview time it’s been a tough schedule. So far I have attended a few of them across the state of Florida. I thought it would be a good opportunity to share my personal opinion […]

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Organ Harvesting

This was one of the most unique and humbling experiences of my career.  Let’s talk medicine first. I learned about the procedure as I was invited to witness it. It is a methodical procedure. The body must receive what is called SPS-1, many IV bags of it, as it serves as a “biofriendly” preservative. Secondly, […]

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Light in Lilac

As Pediatrics comes to an end. I decided to make a post about these wonderful scrubs. They served as my best pal during the inpatient weeks.  EON has recently released a new breathable model that is made especially for us that run around the hospital so many times, we could probably hatch an incredibly amount […]

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Boards are coming!

Hi everyone! As the Olympic Games started it allowed me to take a breath of fresh air. It’s given me so much inspiration just witnessing the determination and drive of these athletes. They fall down, but don’t stay down. They suffer through barriers and from them become champions! The story of one of the athletes […]

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Pediatrics Inpatient

As I get ready to say goodbye to this week in the hospital, I’d like to share my experience. Pediatrics is a field that is instantly enjoyable because of all the cuteness each child can bring in their own little way. Through this short week, I’ve witness some happy stories and some unfortunate ones. It […]

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Loops of Love

What is Loops of Love? It is an organization that was started by my family with the mission to provide a hat to every child battling with cancer. My mom loves to crochet! As a medical student, my everyday life can be hectic and stressful at times. She taught me everything she knows about crocheting. […]

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Study, study, study…

Hello everyone! My life currently consists of studying, studying, studying, eating, and occasionally sleeping. As I enter 4th year of medical school, we have an exam called COMLEX Level II coming up at the end of July. We had COMLEX Level I at the end of 2nd year. And during 3rd year, we had the […]

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My first hug

The day of September 30th, 2015 was a day that all of the past madness began to bring important realizations about the kind of physician I would like to be. As I approached my last patient of the day, I saw a petite Indian woman that sat in the exam room. She did not speak […]

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