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Graduate Housing Question

2023.06.10 04:11 poomkriK987 Graduate Housing Question

I just graduated from Stony Brook after my third year. I put down a deposit and signed up for undergrad housing with my undergrad friends for next year, in which I will be a graduate student. Will I be allowed to live with my friends or will SBU housing remove me? This is in the West Apartments which allows some grad students.
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2023.06.10 03:45 unzippedbackpack Help with School List

Hello! I am reapplying this cycle and looking to apply to around 30 schools. I was very late last cycle (Secondaries in Oct/Nov). I would love anyone's thoughts on schools to apply to based on my application. Thanks in advance!

-GPA: 3.95
-MCAT: 519
-250 research hours plus poster and poster award
-220 hours non clinical volunteering
-Shadowing 27 hours
-85 hours clinical volunteering
-1650 clinical hours paid as MA
-50 hours university hearing boards
-50 hours fitness instructor and program designer
-1150 hours childcare
-1900 clerical assistant to professor
-Hobby: 5 years of meditation

Current school list:
University of Michigan
Wake Forest
Ohio State University
University of Maryland
UC Irvine
Mayo Clinic
University of Virginia
Wisconsin Madison
University of Minnesota
University of Rochester
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
Stony Brook

Johns Hopkins

If I apply to TMDSAS this month:
University of Texas Southwestern
University of Texas San Antonio
Baylor College of Medicine

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2023.06.10 03:13 GreenKareBear8 Please help with my school list!

Context: ORM, Canada PR + US citizen, so I'll be considered OOS for all of these schools. DAT: 22 AA; 23 TS; 21 PAT; 26 BIO, 22 GC & OC, 18 QR, 21 RC. cGPA: 3.7, sGPA: 3.5. 150+ shadowing and volunteering hours. No dental assisting experience :(. Decent ECs, average PS and LORs.
Any advice would be appreciated!! I don't know if I'm going overboard or should add more schools. If you go to any of these schools or know anything extra about them, especially those with (maybe), please let me know. Thank you all so much :)
Current school list (based on OOS % enrollees and potential for in-state tuition after a bit):
McGill (Canada)
UBC (Canada)
UofT (Any Canadians here that could tell me if I should even bother applying with a GPA below 3.9? LOL)
U of Colorado (dentist I shadowed went here)
U of Connecticut
Augusta (I was born and go to school in Georgia, but still not sure if I should keep it on the list considering shadowing hours requirement)
U of Louisville (maybe, needs CASPER)
Boston U
Tufts (maybe, seems to be on the more expensive side, but a lot of people from my school go there)
U of Maryland
U of Michigan
Creighton (maybe, seems like they don't accept a lot of Asians?)
Rutgers (debating because only 31% were OOS in 2021... still worth applying?)
Stony Brook (anyone know if the professional character reference can be from one of your LOR writers?)
U of Buffalo (top choice!!)
Case Western (maybe, needs CASPER + mixed reviews online?)
U of Pennsylvania
U of Pittsburgh
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2023.06.10 01:12 JustVermicelli6707 Ophthalmologist ordered my contacts after I tried to call and cancel them

TL;DR: Ophthalmologist ordered contact lenses before I authorized a final payment. I was initially under the impression that the contacts would be significantly cheaper. The doctor was very coercive for this new brand of contacts, and I suspect he receives a major kickback.
Hey everybody, I recently went to a new ophthalmologist in my area. I had an unpleasant experience and was pressured into switching from my old contacts to ones that they were pushing for. These new contacts are supposed to be swapped daily (whereas I wear biweekly contacts currently), and are far more expensive.
When I was checking out of my appointment, they said that it looked like insurance should cover most/all of it, and they would call back if they needed any payment; they did not ask for payment at the time. A week goes by, and they leave a voicemail later yesterday to say that insurance is only covering a small portion of the cost, and I will be left with $800 to pay. I tried calling a few times this morning and afternoon to cancel (based mostly on the fact that I was not expecting insurance to only cover a portion of the cost) but was met with a voice message every time saying that they're closed on Fridays.
Just a little while ago, I looked in my patient portal and realized that the contacts had started shipping as of today. The only thing that I paid for in person was the appointment; they never received payment for the contacts order and I never agreed to pay the final price.
I am hoping that they will accept a return of the order when I call next week, but I have been getting shady sales vibes from the office, especially given that they called with this news at the end of their workweek and authorized the shipment of the contacts shortly thereafter. If I encounter any pushback, is there anything that I can do? I feel as though I was not only expecting a much lower anticipated price early on, but I also made a reasonable attempt to cancel the order as soon as I could.
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2023.06.10 01:01 Sweaty_Syllabub7956 School list troubles plz help a girl out!!!

Hi I'm having a lot of trouble w/ my school list and would really appreciate some help! Looking to apply to around 35-40, would appreciate any recs about schools I missed that I should include/schools i should take out!!
cGPA: 3.83, sGPA: 3.79, MCAT: 515
T50 undergrad school, ORM (asian girlie), VA resident
~450 volunteer clinical hours, ~40 clinical volunteer abroad, ~400 hours paid clinical employment, ~1300 lab research through associated med school, did honors thesis + defense and got highest honors + award (no pubs rip), ~400 lab research summer program at SCRIPPS (La Jolla), ~50 non-clinical volunteering (Peer Tutor) planning to get a lot more volunteer + research/clinical hours through CRC job in gap year (applying right after grad) and volunteering at local shelter, ~450 hours non-clinical employment as an instructor
School list (don't come for me i know a lot of these are practically impossible for my stats i just wanna try 😭😭😭)
Stanford Kaiser Permanente Harvard Yale UC San Diego (did research at Scripps hopefully that'll help w this) USC UNC Chapel Hill UCLA UVA UPitt UMiami Dartmouth Brown Georgetown Tufts Albert Einstein BostonU Hackensack Emory Mt Sinai Sidney Kimmel UCF UHawaii UMich VCU Wake Forest Wayne State Stony Brook UMD Temple George Washington Drexel Penn State Tulane UWash UIllinois UVermont Oregon Health & Science SUNY Downstate VTech Eastern VA
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2023.06.09 22:43 Rosey_517 Need help with college list

Demographics: White male
State: NY

AP: By senior year have or will be taking 4/6 APs my school offers (Lang, Bio, Calc AB, CSP) GPA: 94/100 UW (hope to get it to 95/100 by end of first term senior year)
SAT: 1300 (retaking but for now consider test optional)
Major: Chemistry/biochem or CS ECs:
2 month paid internship at hospital over summer, accepted through application. (radiology focus)
Internship with google (11th and 12th grade). Accepted through program with around 7% acceptance rate
Leadearship in 2 clubs, soccer coaching job, peer tutor in chem, sports, volunteer

Schools I am considering (reaches and targets): Stony Brook, Case Western, Rice, Emory, UT Austin, UPenn
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2023.06.09 22:00 maxsnels Penn & Temple Invites?

Penn & Temple Invites?
Did anyone get an interview at temple or Penn? I submitted my application 5/30 and was verified 5/31.
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2023.06.09 21:34 PoopieKitty Seeking advice: lower pelvic pain and retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy

40/F. About 6 weeks ago I started feeling pain in my lower left pelvis that I thought was an ovarian cyst. It is pretty constant and radiates to my groin and across my abdomen at times. It has gradually gotten worse over the weeks. I often get cysts that come and go, so I didn’t think much of it. However, I saw my fertility Dr and I had a transvaginal ultrasound that said everything looked normal, with no cysts seen.
Two weeks later I had a saline ultrasound that noted “nodular thickening” in several areas of my endometrial lining (6mm) and narrowing of the lower part of my uterus. They don’t seem overly concerned, because I recently had a blind biopsy that came back normal (EndomeTrio) and also ReceptivaDx that came back positive for possible endometriosis and/or hydrosalpinx. They ordered a Hysteroscopy and exploratory lap, as they suspect endometriosis or my tubes are the culprit for my pain and said they will likely remove my tubes while they’re in there. Those aren’t scheduled until August.
In the meantime, I went to my GP who said it’s probably just diverticulitis. They ordered blood work (the usual stuff) and a CT scan, but I can’t do the IV contrast, so I only did oral contrast. I can do MRI IV contrast, but they said I have to do CT for insurance purposes. They just called and said my blood work and CT were normal. I went onto my patient portal and read the CT report myself and it states everything is normal, except “borderline peritoneal lymphadenopathy with enlarged nodes no greater than 10mm in the short axis diameter”. I looked that up online and it literally keeps saying cancer and high mortality rate if spread to these lymph nodes. I left a message and they’ll “try” to call back Monday. I am convinced I have cancer and I’m dying and everyone is taking their time. :(
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2023.06.09 21:15 WagyuTheBull Zomedica Launches Revolutionary TRUVIEW(TM) Digital Microscope with Advanced Optics, Automated Slide Preparation, and Telepathology Services

ANN ARBOR, MI / ACCESSWIRE / June 9, 2023 / Zomedica Corp. (NYSE American:ZOM) ("Zomedica" or the "Company"), a leading innovator in veterinary medicine offering diagnostic and therapeutic products for companion animals, announced today the launch of the revolutionary TRUVIEWTM digital microscopy platform, featuring the proprietary TRUprepTM system that automatically prepares slides, along with LiquiViewTM liquid lens technology that provides best-in-class images.
Microscopic examination of blood and cytology fluids is the standard of care in the veterinary industry and is utilized by essentially every veterinary practice. The groundbreaking all-in-one TRUVIEW system combines LiquiView advanced optics, TRUprep automated slide preparation and tele-pathology with an easy-to-use interface to ensure consistent quality to boost veterinarian diagnostic confidence. The LiquiView advanced optics system will provide the highest quality slide images on the market, leading to better diagnostics for the pet.
Preparing cytology slides and making blood smear slides can be critically important to cellular investigation and diagnosis. However, the effectiveness and accuracy of that interpretation depend on the quality of the slide. The TRUVIEW microscope features the TRUprep automated slide preparation system, eliminating the need for manual slide preparation because all the traditional manual slide preparation steps, including smearing, drying, fixing, staining, washing and drying, are handled by the TRUprep system, assuring consistent high-quality slides, while saving 5-10 minutes of technician time for each slide to improve productivity and workflow.
TRUVIEW's digital imaging and telepathology component is an easy-to-use interface providing veterinarians with multiple diagnostic options, including reading the slide directly on the microscope, reviewing the slide digitally from a remote computer through the Company's myZomedica® web portal, or sending the image to a Zomedica pathologist for external review and consultation. This will result in boosting veterinarian confidence in providing a consistent, reliable diagnostic result.
"The innovation of the automated slide prep feature has been a critical need in the industry for years," stated Bill Campbell, VP of Imaging at Zomedica. "We have taken every step to make it easier than ever for clinics to have consistent slide quality, reduce human error and waste and deliver reliable results every time. By automating this critical step, the TRUVIEW microscope significantly improves the efficiency of veterinary practices, enabling veterinarians to save staff time and focus more on diagnosing their patients," continued Campbell.
"The development of the TRUVIEW microscope has been a project I have been following closely", said Dr. Matt Connolly of Connolly Animal Clinic. "Having a microscope that automatically smears and stains the slide produces very consistent quality, with the resulting image resolution better than manually prepared slides. With TRUVIEW in our lab we are more efficient, and it helps us provide the best medicine possible."
"The TRUVIEW microscope represents the latest innovative technology launched by Zomedica," said Larry Heaton, CEO of Zomedica. "By combining advanced optics with automated slide preparation, we are providing veterinary professionals with a powerful tool that enhances their diagnostic capabilities and streamlines their workflow.
"We're launching the TRUVIEW system at this weekend's PacVet conference and then offering it initially to practices participating in Zomedica's Customer Appreciation Program by utilizing our TRUFORMA® diagnostic platform. The microscope will be placed in practices with no upfront capital required through a monthly subscription service in addition to fees for slide interpretations that will produce high margin revenue for the Company. As we build inventory, we'll widen the launch as essentially all veterinary practices could benefit in several ways from adoption of the TRUVIEW system as they will receive quality images, professional interpretation and positive impacts on both workflow and cash flow", concluded Heaton.
Zomedica acquired the assets of Revo Squared in July of 2022 and has been actively working to enhance their product line and prepare for the launch of the TRUVIEW platform. TRUVIEW products are manufactured by Zomedica at its Global Manufacturing & Distribution Center in Roswell, GA.
To learn more about the TRUVIEW microscope and be among the first to experience its transformative capabilities, please visit Zomedica's website at
About Zomedica
Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Zomedica (NYSE American: ZOM) is a veterinary health company creating products for companion animals by focusing on the unmet needs of clinical veterinarians. Zomedica's product portfolio will include innovative diagnostics and medical devices that emphasize patient health and practice health. It is Zomedica's mission to provide veterinarians the opportunity to increase productivity and grow revenue while better serving the animals in their care. For more information, visit
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2023.06.09 13:40 SnooCats6607 Nurses not doing their jobs...on-call, portal messages, work notes, etc...

Is it just me, or are our practices ruled by administrators and nurses? When I say nurses are "not doing their jobs" I don't mean they are lazy a-holes (though in rare cases that also is accurate) but that an environment has been set up where their skills/authorities are not being utilized, while responsibilities beneath what is appropriate for us as physicians are pushed upon us and we have no say in it.
For example. Being on-call. 90% of these calls are useless, and most can be handled by an RN on-call. Why are we on-call at all? "Dad's (89 year old) atorvastatin was sent to the wrong pharmacy by the doctor at his appointment at 4:59PM and he is out of medication." Or the "My 2 year old has a fever and isn't breathing right, hasn't had a wet diaper all day, is throwing up." It doesn't take a doctor to handle most of this. When a prescription is needed or some advanced clinical expertise required, the call should be forwarded on to the physician, but I don't think we should be fielding this BS. They do it during the day, and sometimes they provide advice and make decisions above and beyond what is appropriate for their credentials. Then, once the clock hits 5PM, they go home and we're on call to deal with it.
Second example. Portal messages. In most cases in my practice, everything is forwarded to the provider. "I have joint aches and was bit by a tick, what should I do?" It goes first to the RN. They forward it with no inquiry for additional info straight to us. I don't have time to engage in a back and forth portal appointment.
Other examples...just exercising some clinical common sense. Person asks for an ozempic refill. Well...what was their most recent dose, when is it due to be given again, etc? And once you figure that out, why not state it in a message with the medication pended/proposed to me to sign off. Saves me a dozen clicks and mindless digging through the chart while I have 2 patients waiting in rooms.
Work notes. Someone wants one at the end of their appointment, while I have prescriptions to send and an actual chart note to write and the next patient just got into their room. Patient is at the front desk 45 seconds later asking why the note isn't done. RN comes to tell me they still need their note. How about the nurses do it? What does it need to say, what dates? And in general I don't think providers should be having to type out these work notes at all. I worked with a doc once, in urgent care, who straight refused to write the notes. The nurses wrote them, entered the dates, and he signed them. Not the case in the primary care place I am now.
Appointment intakes and history gathering. Why isn't it done the day beforehand? Why does the nurse need to spend 5 minutes asking what the patient's pain level is and whether they feel safe at home? Why do I need to search through mountains of garbage documents like PT notes and refill requests just to find their most recent colonoscopy or tetanus? Why aren't nurses doing this for us, the day before?
In general I just feel these practices are set up where we are very much employees with no control. Possibly, we have much less control compared to the RNs and even LPNs. They control the schedule, the triaging, and they forward a ton of inappropriate stuff on to us and we're left doing scut work.
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2023.06.09 10:12 Potential-South-4889 Sapphire still failing to fail - curaleaf too

Just got my latest meds. Once again, no hassle, no pain.
Go to sapphire portal, push buttons.
wait a day or two for email from curaleaf; pay. meds arrive next day or the day after.
this has been my consistant experience more or less for almost two years.
I'm sorry people report problems, but i honestly cant say i have had any real ones (slight frustration with curaleaf's payment idiocy about a year ago tbh).
just bringing a little balance, and no, i have no 'relationship' with either whatsoever other than being an ordinary fee and prescription paying patient. (if they want to pay me to be an ambassador, that would be great :)), but i would always make that clear.
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2023.06.09 09:55 vynguyen93338 Tại sao bệnh tiểu đường ở trẻ em ngày càng gia tăng?

Tại sao bệnh tiểu đường ở trẻ em ngày càng gia tăng?
Tỷ lệ bệnh tiểu đường Loại 1 và Loại 2 ở trẻ em đã tăng lên trong vài năm qua. Chúng tôi sẽ giúp bạn phát hiện các dấu hiệu cảnh báo ở con bạn và hướng dẫn bạn cách điều trị tình trạng này.
Nếu bạn có con, bạn biết rằng chúng khiến chúng ta phải lo lắng rất nhiều. Nhưng có một mối đe dọa sức khỏe có thể không nằm trong tầm ngắm của bạn: bệnh tiểu đường. Tỷ lệ mắc bệnh tiểu đường Loại 1 và Loại 2 ở trẻ em đã tăng lên trong vài năm qua.
Đối với bệnh tiểu đường Loại 1, lý do không hoàn toàn rõ ràng. Các nhà nghiên cứu từ Bệnh viện Nhi đồng Rady San Diego gần đây đã so sánh tỷ lệ mắc bệnh tiểu đường Loại 1 ở trẻ em trong đại dịch COVID-19 với tỷ lệ trong năm trước. Kết quả, được công bố trên JAMA Pediatrics , cho thấy mức tăng đột biến là 57%.
Nhưng đã có một sự gia tăng được ghi nhận ngay cả trước đó: Trung tâm Kiểm soát và Phòng ngừa Dịch bệnh (CDC) báo cáo rằng từ năm 2002 đến 2015, bệnh tiểu đường Loại 1 đã tăng 1,9% mỗi năm.
Trong cùng khoảng thời gian đó, bệnh tiểu đường Loại 2 tăng 4,8% mỗi năm. Điều này có khả năng liên quan đến tỷ lệ béo phì ở trẻ em ngày càng tăng. Sự gia tăng đột biến ở cả hai loại bệnh tiểu đường là nguyên nhân gây lo ngại.
Jennifer Osipoff, MD, cho biết: “Chúng tôi biết điều này đã xảy ra ngay cả trước khi có COVID, nhưng nghiên cứu mới đã được đưa ra trong đại dịch đáng lo ngại và cho thấy rằng COVID có thể góp phần làm gia tăng các ca bệnh mới,” Jennifer Osipoff, MD cho biết. Cô ấy là bác sĩ nội tiết nhi khoa tại Bệnh viện Nhi đồng Stony Brook ở Stony Brook, New York.
Hiểu về bệnh tiểu đường
Bệnh tiểu đường loại 1 và 2 giống nhau ở chỗ cả hai đều liên quan đến insulin. Đây là hormone hoạt động như một chiếc chìa khóa để mở khóa các tế bào của bạn để đường (glucose) có thể đi vào. Các tế bào của bạn cần loại đường này để tạo ra năng lượng. Nếu nó không vào được, nó sẽ tích tụ trong máu và làm hỏng các cơ quan.
Nhưng có những điểm khác biệt chính trong cách thức hoạt động của Loại 1 và 2. Bệnh tiểu đường loại 1 xảy ra khi hệ thống miễn dịch của bạn tấn công nhầm các tế bào trong tuyến tụy tạo ra insulin. Không có cách nào để ngăn ngừa loại bệnh tiểu đường này.
Với bệnh tiểu đường Loại 2, các tế bào của bạn ngừng đáp ứng với insulin. "Chìa khóa" không hoạt động như bình thường. Dạng bệnh tiểu đường này phần lớn có thể phòng ngừa được. Với các lựa chọn lối sống lành mạnh, bạn có thể giảm đáng kể rủi ro của mình.
Bệnh tiểu đường loại 2 từng được gọi là bệnh tiểu đường khởi phát ở người trưởng thành. Nhưng ngày nay, nó ngày càng ảnh hưởng đến trẻ em.
Tại sao bệnh tiểu đường ở trẻ em đang gia tăng
Tiến sĩ Frank Martin cho biết một số yếu tố có thể gây ra bệnh tiểu đường Loại 1. Ông là giám đốc nghiên cứu cấp cao tại JDRF (Quỹ nghiên cứu bệnh tiểu đường vị thành niên). Điều này bao gồm các yếu tố kích hoạt môi trường, chẳng hạn như vi-rút. Nhưng Martin cảnh báo rằng còn quá sớm để đổ lỗi cho COVID-19 về sự gia tăng các ca bệnh.
Martin nói: “Có thể là sự căng thẳng của đại dịch đã gây ra nó ở một số trẻ em. Nhưng nhiều khả năng đại dịch đã khiến nhiều trẻ em bỏ lỡ các buổi khám nhi định kỳ trong vài năm qua. Điều đó có nghĩa là các dấu hiệu ban đầu của bệnh tiểu đường Loại 1 có thể không bị phát hiện, ông nói.
Tiến sĩ Osipoff cho biết trẻ em có nhiều nguy cơ mắc một trong hai loại bệnh tiểu đường nếu chúng có tiền sử gia đình mắc bệnh này. Nhưng đối với bệnh tiểu đường Loại 2, các yếu tố về lối sống như cân nặng và chế độ ăn uống đóng vai trò lớn nhất.
Cô ấy nói: “Chúng tôi đã chứng kiến ​​​​rất nhiều trẻ em tăng cân trong thời kỳ đại dịch do lựa chọn chế độ ăn uống kém và hành vi ít vận động. Một nghiên cứu của CDC được công bố vào tháng 9 năm 2021 cho thấy tỷ lệ trẻ em và thanh thiếu niên béo phì đã tăng từ 19% vào tháng 8 năm 2019 lên 22% vào tháng 8 năm 2020.
Biết các dấu hiệu cảnh báo
Tiến sĩ Osipoff nhấn mạnh rằng cả bệnh tiểu đường Loại 1 và Loại 2 đều là những căn bệnh nghiêm trọng. Điều quan trọng là cha mẹ phải nhận thức được các triệu chứng để có thể được chẩn đoán và điều trị kịp thời. Các dấu hiệu cảnh báo bao gồm:
  • Mệt mỏi, có thể cho thấy cơ thể của con bạn đang gặp khó khăn trong việc biến đường thành năng lượng
  • Tăng cảm giác khát nước và đi tiểu do lượng đường trong máu không được kiểm soát kéo chất lỏng từ mô
  • Mờ mắt do lượng đường trong máu thay đổi nhanh chóng, có thể gây sưng thủy tinh thể mắt
  • Hơi thở có mùi trái cây, có thể là dấu hiệu của nồng độ ketone cao, một loại axit được tạo ra trong quá trình đốt cháy chất béo
  • Đói cực độ, vì cơ thể con bạn đang thèm nhiều nhiên liệu hơn
  • Giảm cân không rõ nguyên nhân do cơ thể con bạn đốt cháy chất béo và cơ bắp để lấy năng lượng
  • Buồn bã hoặc bồn chồn cùng với ít nhất một triệu chứng khác
  • Da dày, sẫm màu, mượt mà ở các nếp nhăn trên cơ thể, chẳng hạn như sau gáy hoặc nách (thường chỉ xuất hiện ở những người mắc bệnh tiểu đường Loại 2)
Cách phòng ngừa bệnh tiểu đường ở trẻ em
Tiến sĩ Osipoff cho biết, có ba cách chính để giảm nguy cơ mắc bệnh tiểu đường Loại 2 ở con bạn. Hãy chắc chắn rằng con bạn:
  • Duy trì cân nặng khỏe mạnh
  • Ăn một chế độ ăn uống lành mạnh
  • Tập thể dục thường xuyên
Nói chuyện với bác sĩ về việc kiểm tra bệnh tiểu đường nếu con bạn thừa cân và có các yếu tố rủi ro, chẳng hạn như tiền sử gia đình mắc bệnh tiểu đường Loại 2. Việc sàng lọc này thường bắt đầu từ 10 tuổi và được lặp lại ba năm một lần.
Thật không may, bạn không thể làm gì để giảm nguy cơ mắc bệnh tiểu đường Loại 1 cho con mình, Martin nói. Đó là lý do tại sao điều quan trọng là phải theo dõi các triệu chứng, đặc biệt nếu bạn có tiền sử gia đình mắc bệnh.
Tiến sĩ Osipoff nói: Nếu bạn có người thân mắc bệnh tiểu đường Loại 1, thì điều đặc biệt quan trọng là bạn phải đưa con mình đi tiêm phòng COVID-19. “Mặc dù chúng tôi không biết chắc chắn rằng COVID-19 có phải là nguyên nhân gây ra bệnh tiểu đường Loại 1 hay không, nhưng từ lâu người ta đã suy đoán rằng một số bệnh do vi-rút có thể gây ra tình trạng này ở người có gen nhạy cảm với bệnh này. Vì vậy, điều rất quan trọng là phải thận trọng.”
Lựa chọn điều trị cho bệnh tiểu đường
Có nhiều loại thuốc (được Cục Quản lý Thực phẩm & Dược phẩm Hoa Kỳ phê duyệt) để điều trị bệnh tiểu đường ở trẻ em. Nghiên cứu cho thấy rằng việc áp dụng một số thay đổi lối sống lành mạnh thậm chí có thể khiến bệnh tiểu đường Loại 2 thuyên giảm . Đây là những gì bạn cần biết về điều trị tình trạng này.
Lên lịch một giờ chơi năng lượng cao hàng ngày
Hoạt động thể chất đặc biệt quan trọng đối với những người mắc bệnh tiểu đường vì nó giúp cơ thể sử dụng insulin tốt hơn. CDC khuyến nghị trẻ em từ 6 đến 17 tuổi nên tập thể dục ít nhất 60 phút mỗi ngày. Họ có thể làm điều đó trong khoảng thời gian từ 10 đến 15 phút.
Trao đổi carbs chế biến
Ăn cân bằng các loại thực phẩm lành mạnh có chứa protein (như thịt gà và trứng) và nhiều chất xơ (như trái cây, rau và ngũ cốc) là một trong những cách tốt nhất để kiểm soát lượng đường trong máu.
Theo CDC, điều quan trọng là phải hạn chế thời gian xem TV. Nghiên cứu cho thấy trẻ em ăn nhiều hơn khi xem TV so với khi thực hiện các hoạt động khác, kể cả những hoạt động ít vận động.
Sử dụng màn hình
Theo dõi lượng đường trong máu là một phần quan trọng trong việc quản lý bệnh tiểu đường của con bạn. Trẻ em dùng insulin thường cần thử nghiệm thường xuyên hơn, có thể ba lần một ngày hoặc hơn.
Máy theo dõi đường huyết liên tục có thể đọc lượng đường trong máu của con bạn trong thời gian thực. Nhờ công nghệ, có rất nhiều công cụ bạn có thể sử dụng để giúp kiểm soát bệnh tiểu đường của con mình.
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2023.06.09 09:16 AlternativeClerk5070 RPM Billing

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2023.06.09 05:34 breaker004 Op Op No Mi: Immortality Surgery Theory

I just watched the latest anime episode 1035 wherein Kin'emon was stabbed by Kaido cutting him in half. It turns out that his reattachment from Law's devil fruit powers wasn't perfect, thus plot armour made him immortal and this theory came up my mind. In Wano arc and Egghead arc, some of the life altering devil fruits shows one by one. I made a list of the devil fruits that caan alter life.
We have Big Mom's devil fruit soru soru no mi, wherein user can manipulate human soul. Big Mom can increase her own life span by soul manipulation, acquiring life force of another to herself. She can also trade her life force and turn it into strength. She can also give a soul to an inanimate object bringing it to life. Big Mom's df effect are still active even she is unconscious apparently, the souls will live even she dies. As long as Big Mom, eats souls and grabs life force she can live, but, her youth is not retained, she can still age.
We also have Toki's devil fruit, toki toki no mi, wherein Toki was only using it by travelling through time. Obviously, it is the only purpose of this fruit which sparks a theory that it is the awakening of the fruit. But some theories states that it can also alter objects and humans form from the past or the future, which is how Bonney's devil fruit works (no name up to now). The awakening supposedly takes much energy or it has cooldown when she can use her power again. We don't how much it works but I think she cannot keep her df active when she becomes unconscious or died, thus, she can't make herself immortal.
We also have Brook's devil fruit, yomi yomi no mi, wherein the user's soul can go back to its body after dying. One of the immortality power devil fruit but, user cannot be eternally young because he already died yohohoho.
Next is the Hito Hito No Mi Model: Nika, Luffy's devil fruit. It seems that Luffy supposed to be dead there. There is a theory that Luffy stretched his own life or time after awakening his df, extending his last moments until his awakening bring him back to normal. Of course this is a theory.
Enel also revived himself back to life, but it was not eternal youth. This also parallel's Luffy but that is out of the topic.
So how will Ope Ope No Mi, will make someone immortal? Legend says, at the cost of the user's life, user can "perform" the Perennial Youth Surgery.
You can add other theories at the comment section.
If Imu-sama was the "patient" of the Perennial Youth Surgery, it was revealed in manga episode 1085 that he/she has devil fruit powers, or is it? I still believe that Imu's body right now is just a vessel and if my 3rd theory is right, Imu is looking for Vivi to be the next vessel. Vivi does not have devil fruit powers, she is young and beautiful. And I believe Imu needs someone from their lineage. Maybe the first vessel was Nefertari Lily and Imu's body right now is Cobra's wife.
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2023.06.09 03:16 kaazzzz12 Just got a VERY UNEXPECTED positive for herpes!

So I had my first ever full on lady physical and my Dr screened me for STDs among many other labs. I was checking all of my lab work I got done and seen I had a positive Herpes II result of 1.22 which is moderately high but Google says it’s still “unequivocally positive. I have only ever been sexually active with my current boyfriend of almost 3 years. I’m now worried that he has cheated on me and he doesn’t know he has it, but I know that potentially isn’t the case. I know he had sex with a few other girls before me, so I guess he could of gotten it from them and passed it to me later!? I’m trying not to freak out yet because I only seen the lab result come in on my patient portal but idk what to do! So is there a chance it could be a false positive because the number isn’t super high? I also found out I have a UTI so could that have affected those test results? I have also had cold sores as a kid but have not gotten one in 10 years probably. What do I tell my boyfriend? Or what’s the next steps?!??
Thank you
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2023.06.09 02:32 ImaginaryAlarm4938 SBU vs Pitt for Pre Med

I just got accepted into both Stony Brook and Pitt. Which is better for pre meds? Which is easier in terms of GPA and more get into med school?
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2023.06.09 02:31 ImaginaryAlarm4938 Stony Brook vs Pitt for Pre Med

I just got accepted into both Stony Brook and Pitt. Which is better for pre meds? Which is easier in terms of GPA and more get into med school?
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2023.06.09 02:29 FilbertaForest Labeled high risk but not sure why... Implications?

I had an ultrasound a few days ago (at 8W1D) and just looked at my chart on the online portal. I thought it went great, but there was a line top of my chart with the reason for visit /billing code that said "Supervision of other high risk pregnancies, first trimester."
They told me everything looked good and was measuring on track. Heart rate was good. I had a blood panel and everything was normal. I'm confused why I'm high risk and they didn't tell me. I care because I want to give birth at a birth center and they don't take "high risk" patients. Anyone have insights to the label and if it can go away? Are all early pregnancies high risk?
Info: The only reason I can think of is that I'm 34, which is close to 35... No infertility struggles. I have a lowish BMI (18.5) but they haven't mentioned it. The only other thing that came up was that I stopped taking Adderall when I became pregnant and she asked me if I wanted to try Wellbutrin which is considered safe for pregnancy, as it can have some benefits for ADHD, so I said yes. No other health conditions other than ADHD.
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2023.06.09 01:38 Chronicle556 33male test results, what to expect

33male test results, what to expect
Took a lab a year ago for the common symptoms. Doctor told me my levels were normal and there was no reason to treat. I decided today when I'm still feeling those symptoms, that I wanted to see my actual results. Saw my results and according to the ranges, they were low. I looked at the after car report that the doctor put in the patient portal, and IT SAID HE TOLD ME I NEEDED TESTOSTERON SUPPLEMENTAL THERAPY, and discussed injections, topical, and implant options WHICH IS ABSOLUTE HORESHIT! He told me the complete opposite!
Would these results be considered low? I'm going to a clinic on Saturday instead of a urologist like last time. Are my numbers low enough to where I can expect treatment? What medications should I be hoping for and in what amounts from your experience?
This is all new to me, I was really disappointed when my doctor told me my levels were good, and now that I'm finding out that's not the case, I'm hopeful! Thanks in advance for any info.
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2023.06.09 01:33 Icy-Software-2215 AM CORTISOL

What would cause AM cortisol level to drop below normal range?
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2023.06.08 22:46 Imaginary-Tart-8829 Reactivity to Rejection and How to Regulate Emotions?

I'm undiagnosed, but I'll give a brief rundown of my background. Dad was abusive and neglectful, invalidated my feelings verbally by saying "your feelings are wrong" the sole time I expressed my emotions to him about his lack of presence in my life, he normalized and regularly sa'd me as a child up until after puberty, was very jealous of any bfs I had, lots of emotional incest, attempted to prevent me from going to college, delayed me from getting my driver's license til 20 and having a baby at 19 and escaping my subsequently abusive baby daddy was the only saving grace for me. I'm 31 now.
I've been through so much. I believe I'm hypersexual as well and I've always had issues in romantic relationships. Being a single parent doesn't exactly make dating easy and I'm not anyone's ideal partner due to that fact. I fall in love easily and care deeply, but I've been rejected so many times as an adult and every time it feels as fresh as the rejection and neglect I faced constantly as a child.
I sought therapy and attended at least 10 sessions for my last break up and then the therapist ghosted me bc I couldn't quite grasp the patient portal and how to send a message. When I finally sent her a message to set an appointment after figuring it out, she never responded to me. I'm not interested in looking into finding another therapist now. I tried Zoloft and had a genuinely horrific experience. I'm about to try Lexapro and I hope it works.
I'm going through another loss of a romantic partner and again, the wounds have been ripped back open. I genuinely want to learn better coping mechanisms than laying around all day feeling sorry for myself but this is a repetitive theme in my life and I don't know what to do anymore. I feel as if no one will ever love me properly or as fully as I would someone else. I just cry every day wishing I even had friends to turn to but I am so incredibly lonely.
How does everyone else deal with rejection? I want to feel good about myself but it's so difficult when I see people all around me with lifelong partners and I've already brought three different men to my family's yearly reunion. I know the trauma is what's wrong with me, but I don't know how to manage it and I feel helpless all the time.
Thanks in advance for any help or advice. I truly am at a loss and I don't know how much more heartbreak I can handle.
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