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Processing The Loss Of My First Dog

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Cooper was our first family dog. I remember how excited I was when my parents finally folded and said yes to a dog. My brother and I were harassing them for about a decade until they agreed it was time to bring home an...

[Guest Writer] What Causes Criminal Behavior

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Article was specially written for www.insidemymind.me by Avery Conner “Criminal behavior” is an incredibly broad term. It’s generally defined as any unlawful act or behavior as put forward by a country’s legal system. But given that acts can be interpreted in different ways, law enforcement...

[Guest Writer] My Thoughts On Afghanistan As A Member Of The US Military

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I’ve decided that in light of the current atrocities happening across Afghanistan, I need to write this informal blog to get some things off my chest about the American Experience in the Middle East. I will start by saying that none of the things...

First Patient Hospitalized Due To COVID-19 Vaccine

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Sike. You will be fine. I've literally seen people who smoke cigarettes and eat McDonalds at the same time, who are scared of the COVID-19 vaccine. Over a million people have received the vaccine and only a few recipients have had an allergic reaction....

The Bright Side Of Pediatric Oncology

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Whenever I tell people that I worked in Pediatric Oncology, I always get the same response. “That’s so sad. How could you do that?” Childhood cancer obviously has its moments that are heartbreaking; some more obvious than others. You have days when you find...

STOP POLITICIZING MEDICINE: Facts vs. Myths of the Frontline Doctors Video

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America’s Frontline Doctors. This viral video has been circulating over the last day or so and I’ve been replying to some on their posts, but I figured since so many are both sharing this post and have been engaging in civil conversation (thank you!),...

Facebook is a disease.

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I am not a religious person. I would consider myself “Agnostic” if I had to put myself in a category. However, for the sake of my narrative, let’s assume that the biblical version of God and the Devil exists. People tend to personify things,...

Some people have the inability to see faces, and it’s actually quite common.

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Have you ever gone out into public, pre-quarantine, with the fear that you might recognize someone you know? No one on this planet wants to do small talk with that dude that sat behind you in geometry class in 2009, right!? Well, what if you...

Hydroxychloroquine has become less about the PATIENTS and more about the POLLS

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I hold no political affiliation. I feel like it is important that I make that message clear before I begin. I think the far left and the far right are equally absurd and to choose one political agenda over the other, without even CONSIDERING...

Full Length Episode Of ‘The Office’ (Coronavirus Edition)

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I wrote a full length episode of ‘The Office’ that was inspired by the coronavirus. I know what you are thinking and yes, I do have a lot of free time right now. The episode takes place circa season 3. Well anyways, click here for...