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where can i find help getting a job after having to drop out of college due to money?

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Dr. Vasu Brown
Integrative Medicine 34 years experience
Create what you want: You need to figure out your interest then volunteer at the place you want to learn, jobs sometimes never gets posted they are given to people who are motivated. Try to learn the skills you like to expand on.

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How do I keep off my freshman 15 when I go to college next year?

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Dr. Laura Webb
Pediatrics 13 years experience
Healthy lifestyle: Eat a variety of healthy foods- even the dorm cafeterias have salad bars, fresh fruit, sandwich bars, etc. Eat breakfast. Stay active- bike or walk around campus or to the store instead of driving. Stay away from late night snacking- if you are studying late eat some cut up veggies or almonds and dried fruit. Limit alcohol- alcoholic drinks have lots of calories and decrease your judgement.
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What percentage of alcoholics do you believe developed the disease in college or between the ages 18-22?

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Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Family Medicine 23 years experience
80-90: Although, there may be no exact number of alcoholics who developed their addiction during their teenage and college years, the vast majority of alcoholics got addicted in that age range.
A 18-year-old female asked:

How long do you have to be in college for a doctorates degree?

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Dr. Johnnie Strickland Jr
Family Medicine 33 years experience
8 years: Approximately 8 years with some requiring an extra year or two depending on the pace at which some people take their course work.
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A 18-year-old member asked:

In high school. What are the steps to becoming an anesthesiologists beginning in college?

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Dr. Scott Mackinnon
Anesthesiology 33 years experience
Anesthsiologist trai: An "anesthesiologist" is a physician who attended college, medical school and a minimum of 4 years residency training. An "anesthetist" or "nurse anesthetist" is a registered nurse(rn) who typically has 4 years college with rn degree, one to several years nursing followed typically by a 27 month anesthesia program. There is an "aa" or anesthesia assistant, one with less training.
Dr. Scott Roethle
Anesthesiology 16 years experience
Anesthesia assistants are not less trained, but they have a different path. Their background is pre-med, and then complete grad school with training by anesthesiologists, not nurses. They work with, and are directed by, anesthesiologists at all times in practice. And they are great additions to the care team model, just like nurse anesthetists.
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A 43-year-old member asked:

How dangerous is it for college students to occassionally binge drink?

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Dr. Stevan Cordas
Internal Medicine 57 years experience
Binge drinking: It all depends on what you call binge drinking. Every year a few college students die from binge drinking, the rest get drunk and some land in hospitals, some in jail, and the rest at their dorm with a hangover. Fun?

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