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The Less-Traveled Road To Success (Ep. 15)

Sometimes I look back on my “busy” times in college and wonder if they were really all that busy after all. Vincent Nguyen has held three internships at the same time, while still taking classes full-time. He’s reached out to some of the most popular and successful people in the online entrepreneurship world, and has […]

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Which plant produces fiber for clothing?

Which plant produces fiber for clothing? A wide range of plants, including cotton, kapok, jute, flax, ramie, sisal, and hemp, may be used to produce plant fibre and many fibre plants are grown as field crops to make fabric for clothes. What plants produce fabric? Cotton, flax, ramie, hemp, jute, and other cellulosic fiber plants […]

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Why is the longest day of the year not the hottest?

Why is the longest day of the year not the hottest? Bottom line: The solstice marks the height of the sun, but the hottest weather comes a month or two later. That’s because the land and oceans have to warm up, too, before the truly hot summer heat can begin. This phenomenon is called the […]

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What does the 2nd law of thermodynamics state about energy?

What does the 2nd law of thermodynamics state about energy? The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that “in all energy exchanges, if no energy enters or leaves the system, the potential energy of the state will always be less than that of the initial state.” This is also commonly referred to as entropy. When energy […]

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What are traits determined by?

What are traits determined by? Traits are determined by genes, and also they are determined by the interaction with the environment with genes. And remember that genes are the messages in our DNA that define individual characteristics. So the trait is the manifestation of the product of a gene that is coded for by the […]

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What impact did the bubonic plague have on the population of Europe?

What impact did the bubonic plague have on the population of Europe? The Black Death was the largest demographic shock in European history, killing approximately 40% of the region’s population between 1347 and 1352. Some regions and cities were spared, but others were severely hit: England, France, Italy and Spain lost between 50% and 60% […]

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How to start studying for a nurse in Israel

Today I want to tell you about the arrival of nurses in a foreign country, namely in Israel. How does this test go? Where can I get such an education and what benefits from the state can I expect for new immigrants? This is not about the classical studies at the medical university, to which […]

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Medical Education in Germany

Medicine in Germany is the highest level of medical technologies, professionalism of specialists, significant costs for scientific development and research and a large number of public and private clinics. Very many people go to Germany for treatment. Medical education in Germany is very qualitative, which is confirmed both by international ratings, and the quality of […]

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Nursing freshman’s: after a week…

And lo and behold, the first week the emergency has passed ! 5 days 12: 00 on the 7 of the week… A problem ? So this is first week of Nursing freshman’s? Intense. Dive in the care, remember the protocols, re-calculations of doses, dive back into the drug and I could go on… The […]

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Between the heat and hope in South Sudan

Guest post: Health and nurses are also operations for emergency humanitarian assistance in crisis areas are needed. In her second guest post is reported by Raina Klüppelberg, health and a nurse in the Cardiac function in the service of the Asklepios Klinik Altona, by your use of “Doctors without borders” in South Sudan. My first […]

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