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Tips for teachers: Add is very common and there are lots of resources. The chadd.Org webise has an excellent handout of prractical classroom interventions for teachers. It should not be hard to find once you go their website - you will be pleased with the abundance of resources they have. ...Read more
Too much stress, school and studying makes me feel depressed, do you have any advice for a struggling college student?
Check : To see if there is a clinic at your campus. Talk about feelings ; address problems. Don't avoid them. Aim for 7.5 - 8 hours of sleep/ night. Daily physical activity is optimal in a green space. Eat healthfully. Cut out junk carbs, caffeine ; alcohol (or moderate). Try qi gong, tai chi, acupuncture, acupressure, homeopathy, meditation, yoga, exercise program, deep breathing exercises. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Abused by teacher in '80s. School never believed me/my parents. Abuser now sunday school teacher at church. How can I be credible in warning church?
I agree with both: Dr welsh ; dr. Friedlander. I still shudder when i consider some of the horrible room mates that i had in college. Look at the situation in a neutral way, if you are being treated abusively - i would notify the university. If you are being overly sensitive would encourage you to address that. Therapy is a great place to do this work. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi I am a uw-whitewater student. I am currently enrolled in a medical aspects class and must interview a doctor who knows about stickler syndrome.
Great! Ask a UW Dr.: There must be a student clinic, or nearby clinic that faculty have medical students, and find out where it is, and if that's a possibility. These doctors train doctors, and may have time to meet with you while they are training the young medical students too. That would be an ideal environment for you to learn from, and be in the front line too! ...Read more
How can I manage my stress as a full time college student planning on attending medical school and working as a part-time note taker?
Multiple options: You have chosen a challenging career. I wish you nothing but success! however, to be happy in such a career, you will have to learn to manage stress. The best first line of defense against stress is a good social network. Next include exercise, mindfulness and meditation. Try to avoid alcohol and other addictive substances. Finally, if despite all this you struggle, seek psychotherapy and/or meds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My daughter is 24 never diagnosed with ADHD and now wants to take aderol. Is this dangerous? College graduate 3.24 gpa high school honor roll never any problems with teachers or coaches. I believe she took aderol in college and liked the way it made her
C A U T I O N !: In a recent position paper from the american academy of neurology cautioned against the prescription of "cognitive enhancing agents" [medications 2 sharpen thinking/attention/memory] in "typical" healthy students. Read summary here: http://bit.Ly/16niytn. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Hello, I am a student at Valencia college and I am interested in becoming a trauma surgeon. For my assignment I am required interview a doctor.
I'M YOUR MAN: Boarded in Gen surg 1977 and Trauma and Critica; Care 1994. Trauma surgeon in San Diego for 20 yrs. Google me: Contact: healthtap.com/jermanhammerstead ...Read more
What is the best possible way for a college student to juggle school, work, extracurricular act., volunteering, and social/family life all in one?
Take it from Clint: One of Clint Eastwood's great lines is from the 1970's movie Magnum Force. At the end of the movie, just after his character Dirty Harry has taken out the last bad guy, he says, "A man's got to know his limitations." This applies to women as well. Also, be sure to plan well ahead, use a calendar all the time, and keep a buffer of time in case something takes longer than expected. ...Read more
Is there any special classes in high school to be a interventional cardiology when I'm in freshman, sophomore, junior and senior. should I take any class?
No: If you want to become an interventional cardiologist you should first get into medical school. Once in medical school you need to choose internal medicine for your residency. After residency- you apply for cardiology fellowship. After this fellowship, you apply once again for interventional cardiology. It's a long road with plenty of time to think about it as well. Good luck ...Read moreSee 10 more doctor answers
I am an adult struggling to find happiness and meaningful career. I have non-verbal learning disability and i want to find a psychologist or career counselor. Where should I look? I'm in nyc.
Dr. Lee & The LDANYC: U might find it helpful 2 read about atlanta resident, christopher lee. After learning ways 2 bypass his own learning disabilities in his adult years, he earned a pH.D. In psychology! his website: http://bit.Ly/1612xjm >> consider contacting the learning disabilities association of nyc. The organization helps connect adults & older teens 2 resources available in the city. Url: http://ldanyc.Org. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Age 23,anxiety at college,parents still care like a 2 years old kid,My family members respect me even elders,was at bad school,not ok in social,cause?
Counseling: Report to the campus counseling center. Depression in college is very common because of all the changes that ollege students have to go through adjusting from the impact of moving from their small towns or big cities or wherever else to college life, and stepping toward autonomy. It often represents too much change into short period of time. Counseling likely will be of benefit. ...Read more
Yes: This is actually a human-rights issue. The hiv-positive athlete poses no danger, and there's never been a credible case of transmission. In most of the civilized world, it is illegal to Prohibit participation in sports because of infection with hiv, hepatitis b or hepatitis c. The rules about blood in sports keep athletes safe. ...Read more
What did you get your bachelor's in before med school? my school has limited science majors and no real pre med program
Simple is best: The 10yo's past experience with pets or bugs gives them a basic understanding of the physical reality of death. Since their thinking processes won't begin to embrace advanced thinking until well into the teens, you need to stay with simple. Instead of trying to provide an elaborate discussion of heaven or eternal love, provide an open invitation to ask questions. Kids will come back again & again. ...Read more
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