Welcome To MD Journey

A new chapter in my journey means a new blog. I am excited to announce MDJourney.com, the next development in my blogging exploits.

I considered keeping Pre Med Journey and MD Journey separate, but ultimately decided to combine it into one site. I have a feeling managing one blog while in med school will be plenty. You’ll notice that premedjourney.com now redirects to mdjourney.com. Pretty neat, eh?

I hope you’ve also noticed the new theme which I think will improve the usability of the site.

While Pre Med Journey is no more, I will still be posting on pre med issues. I’ll also be talking about stories from med school.

Hope you like the changes!

6 thoughts on “Welcome To MD Journey”

  1. I have fun with, lead to I discovered extlacy what I was hunting for.You have ended my four day lengthy hunt! God Bless you man.Have a great day. Bye

  2. Ur decrying of Madras Law cogelle as producing rowdies and upholding School of Excellence in Law as producing IAS toppers, makes sad reading.MLC makes one conscious of his rights, human rights, and a passion for justice, and an urge to agitate against the system. Such courage cant be found among other cogelle students as the students r expected to be slaves to society.MLC students r not slaves. From among whom our hope rests for future leaders as politicians national and regional, who CAN CHANGE THE SYSTEM.It has produced many. Like this MLC, JNU also.Free thinking, no mental slavery. On the contray, take ur School of Excellence in Law. What does it produce ? And who shd it produce as u say? IAS officers. Will they change the system ?

  3. That isn’t a great idea. Don’t bother itvnsnieg time in this if you really want to be an RN. It will take longer for little gain. Once you get into the nursing program you won’t really be able to work much.Get your CNA instead. It still gives you some experience, but it requires very little time.

  4. have you tried calorie-counting? My mom is a ditaebic and needs to loose major pounds… her Dr. suggested calorie-counting (it’s been three months and she has lost 40 pounds!!)… search calorie counters on google (or yahoo) and you can type in a food… and it will give you the amount of calories in that food! I would suggest cutting your calorie intake down to a maximum of 1500 calories per day… it isn’t easy… but tell yourself ‘this is a lifestyle choice’. also record your calories on a notebook or computer… it will help you!GOOD LUCK! Was this answer helpful?

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