Boston

Sunday, May 7, 2017

This May marked my second trip to Boston, MA. My first visit was for an Emergency Medicine conference, so I didn’t have much down time. This trip was vacation-related so I was able to enjoy the city AND happened to be traveling with someone who knows Boston very well 😉 I try to travel light and comfortable, but the East Coast weather always gets me! I opted for multiple pieces of luggage, to ensure I could fit all of my wardrobe options, and enough room for workout clothes! I was really excited to stay at The Lennox Hotel, which was…

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I have to take how many boards exams?

Saturday, May 6, 2017

If there is one thing that’s guaranteed with getting into medical school, it’s that you are signing up for many years of test taking. It’s no surprise that with becoming a physician comes board-certifying exams… quite a few of them. Picture this, you just did well on the MCAT, you made it to medical school! Now you can finally start your professional career in medicine. Oh but wait, we just need you to also pass (and do well) on just a few more exams… I’m going to discuss the MD path here, since that’s what I’m most familiar with. STEP…

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How to choose a major

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

I bet all of you starting fresh in college are wondering, “What should I major in”? The simple answer… whatever you want!! This is a common question I receive on social media. I was very concerned about my major, when I started college. After contemplating a major in dance, French, and psychology, I finally decided on a major in biology. I mean… can we say boring? No offense to all you biology-lovers out there! I love science, too! But if I could do things over, I would’ve chosen one of the alternatives I listed above. College is your last chance…

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EM and Fitness

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Being a doctor means being an advocate for good health. As an Emergency Medicine physician, I care for multiple patients with a variety of complaints, everyday. Whether I’m evaluating a patient with chest pain, high blood pressure, anxiety, or who is pregnant, I counsel them all about important lifestyle factors that I believe can help prevent worsening of current or future disease risk. One of the most important of these lifestyle factors is regular exercise. It is well known that regular aerobic activity can increase energy level, improve mood, and decrease risk for many medical conditions. Despite knowing this association…

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To cleanse, or not to cleanse?

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Let me start by saying that I don’t regularly do cleanses. My job is stressful; I work long hours, and I HAVE to eat, in order to make it through a shift in the Emergency Department. When I learned about this new Rejuvenation Cleanse, I was excited because it wasn’t just juice… it was soups and a small snack as well. Now that’s more like it! Not to mention, I could always use a post-holiday diet clean up! So I decided to try the cleanse, instead of cookies! projectjuice.com As a medical professional, I live by the motto, “everything in…

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