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‘It’s Tough to Get Out’: How Caribbean Medical Schools Fail Their Students by BY EMMA GOLDBERG — Jeffrey Browen, Optometrist

By BY EMMA GOLDBERG The institutions are expensive, often operated for profit and eager to accept applicants. But graduates have trouble landing residencies and jobs. Published: June 29, 2021 at 02:30AM from NYT Health https://ift.tt/2TgoavS via IFTTT ‘It’s Tough to Get Out’: How Caribbean Medical Schools Fail Their Students by BY EMMA GOLDBERG — Jeffrey Browen, … Continue reading “‘It’s Tough to Get Out’: How Caribbean Medical Schools Fail Their Students by BY EMMA GOLDBERG — Jeffrey Browen, Optometrist”

Introduction!

I am a single mother of one, living in a small 2 bedroom apartment. I work two part-time jobs to make ends meet and I spend the rest of my time caring for my 18 month old son. My life revolves around him and I dream of becoming a pediatrician so that I can provide … Continue reading “Introduction!”

How to Help Kids Not Care What Other People think — AT: Parenting Survival for All Ages

How to Help Kids Not Care What Other People think What if people notice? What if people laugh? What if people judge? What if… What if… Our kids (and us too) can spend so much time worrying about what other people think that we forget to enjoy the moment. It robs us from experiencing life.… How … Continue reading “How to Help Kids Not Care What Other People think — AT: Parenting Survival for All Ages”

“Pediatricians have the future in their hands” — Aleteia — Catholic Spirituality, Lifestyle, World News, and Culture

María Molina is a pediatrician of Dominican origin who lives and works in New York City. “As a teenager,” she recalls, “my mother emigrated to the United States in search of a better future.” Her mother’s example made a strong impression on her, Dr. Molina says. “She came here to work in a factory” and […] … Continue reading ““Pediatricians have the future in their hands” — Aleteia — Catholic Spirituality, Lifestyle, World News, and Culture”

Toddler Conversation — Praying for Eyebrowz

Studly Doright and I have five beautiful grandchildren—no surprise there, aren’t ALL grandchildren beautiful? The oldest two are seniors in high school and will graduate in a couple of weeks. Born three months apart, Dominique and Garrett turned our lives upside down, in the best possible way. Grandchildren are God’s greatest gift, but that’s just […] … Continue reading “Toddler Conversation — Praying for Eyebrowz”


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