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This popped up on my feed yesterday from @thelifecurrency and thought it was an interesting thought.
When you think of success you’ve had in your life, I’m pretty sure a lot of that has been achieved through hard hard work and determination. Am I right? I know that I am not a natural scientist of biologist and that at medical school things didn’t come to me naturally, I had to work insanely hard to understand and get to grips with all the knowledge to achieve the success of completing medical school finals. And in more recent years, my ED exams.
I think that yes people can be gifted at certain things definitely! But without the hard work, that gift is never used!
As @gemmahawkey said so brilliantly in her talk last week, when you see that other person “perfect” and who has everything, don’t compare yourselves to them! Go out and do it for yourself, work hard and you will so enjoy the rewards! But ps- make sure to take some time out too 😌✨
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1. Sidomuncul Herbal Sari Kunyit, pilihan terbaik bagi kesehatan lambungmu.
2. Sidomuncul Herbal Sari Daun Pepaya untuk atasi Demam Berdarah dan meningkatkan nafsu makan.
3. Sidomuncul Herbal Sari Daun Sirsak sahabat bagi penderita kanker dan tumor.
4. Sidomuncul Herbal Sari Kulit Manggis merupakan hasil ekstrak Kulit Manggis segar. Mengandung antioksidan untuk jaga daya tahan tubuhmu.
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Follow ➡️ @holisticali ➡️You can find this at a local health food store, or you can also purchase it online!
Salt is hygroscopic, so the lamps attract water molecules from the air; this means the lamps trap dirt, pollen, and smoke particles which are carried in water vapor.
Once these airborne contaminants have been locked in the salt, clean water is re-released and thus it has a purifying effect on the air. Theoretically that is.
Scientists know that salt does absorb water from the air but that it quickly reaches an equilibrium state (it doesn’t take up anymore water because it is saturated). This is the same for silica packets. Both can be revitalized by drying, which a burning and warming lamp does. So there is merit to this claim.
What’s more is that the heat from the bulb inside that warms up the lamp releases negative ions. And there are the health-boosting effects of salt itself too.
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This picture is worth a thousand words, and even more.
A photo of an ER doctor that went viral a while back showing him crouched down against a concrete wall grieving the loss of his 19-year-old patient, who he was unable to save.
Though this is a common occurrence in our field of work, the patients we lose are typically old, sick, or some combination of the two. The patient that died was 19 years old, and for him, it was one of those calls we get sometimes that just hits you.
Sometimes we don't know how to articulate how we feel, but one of the responses to this photo from another fellow ER doctor is on point: "When it comes to our work, nothing is harder—and I mean nothing—than telling a loved one that their family member is dead. Give me a bloody airway to intubate. Give me the heroin addict who needed IV access yesterday, but no one can get an IV. Give me the child with anaphylaxis. But don’t give me the unexpected death. . . . We can only do so much, and we can only hope to do our best. But it’s that moment, when you stop resuscitation, and you look around, you look down at your shoes to make sure there’s no blood on them before talking with family, you put your coat back on and you take a deep breath, because you know that you have to tell a family that literally the worst thing imaginable has happened. And it’s in that moment that I feel" - feel what the doctor above feels.