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ENTJ Confessions #9

entjconfessions:

"I do not always want to be in charge. I let other people try and do it. Sometimes I want to be relieved of the responsibility of knowing what should be done. I am disappointed 99% of the time. I feel obligated to share my thoughts, hoping it will enlighten people. My abilities feel like a burden sometimes."

therealprincessleja:

Find out what YOUR MBTI personality type is.
http://similarminds.com/jung.html

therealprincessleja:

Find out what YOUR MBTI personality type is.

http://similarminds.com/jung.html

ultrafacts:

10 Heart Warming facts about love

More facts on Ultrafacts!

thisbigcity:

imaginingcities:

Hacking the pavement: a guide to breakdancing.

Lesson ten? Sure hope the other lessons were also this epic. 

thisbigcity:

imaginingcities:

Hacking the pavement: a guide to breakdancing.

Lesson ten? Sure hope the other lessons were also this epic. 

nprglobalhealth:

Scientists Report First Cure of HIV In A Child, Say It’s A Game-Changer
Scientists believe a little girl born with HIV has been cured of the infection.
She’s the first child and only the second person in the world known to have been cured since the virus touched off a global pandemic nearly 32 years ago.
Doctors aren’t releasing the child’s name, but we know she was born in Mississippi and is now 2 ½ years old – and healthy. Scientists presented details of the case on Sunday at a scientific conference in Atlanta.
The case has big implications. While fewer than 130 such children are born each year in the U.S., an estimated 330,000 children around the world get infected with HIV at or around birth every year, most of them in sub-Saharan Africa.
Until now, such children have been considered permanently infected. Specialists thought they needed lifelong antiviral drugs to prevent HIV from destroying their immune system and killing them of AIDS.
The Mississippi child’s surprising cure came about from happenstance – and the quick thinking of a University of Mississippi pediatric infectious disease specialist named Hannah Gay.
Read more.
Microscopy image of HIV infecting an immune cell from the NIAID Flickr stream.

nprglobalhealth:

Scientists Report First Cure of HIV In A Child, Say It’s A Game-Changer

Scientists believe a little girl born with HIV has been cured of the infection.

She’s the first child and only the second person in the world known to have been cured since the virus touched off a global pandemic nearly 32 years ago.

Doctors aren’t releasing the child’s name, but we know she was born in Mississippi and is now 2 ½ years old – and healthy. Scientists presented details of the case on Sunday at a scientific conference in Atlanta.

The case has big implications. While fewer than 130 such children are born each year in the U.S., an estimated 330,000 children around the world get infected with HIV at or around birth every year, most of them in sub-Saharan Africa.

Until now, such children have been considered permanently infected. Specialists thought they needed lifelong antiviral drugs to prevent HIV from destroying their immune system and killing them of AIDS.

The Mississippi child’s surprising cure came about from happenstance – and the quick thinking of a University of Mississippi pediatric infectious disease specialist named Hannah Gay.

Read more.

Microscopy image of HIV infecting an immune cell from the NIAID Flickr stream.

artofapa:

Brachial Plexus by J. Muniz, PA-C & cartoonist

artofapa:

Brachial Plexus by J. Muniz, PA-C & cartoonist

cosmo-nautic:

Blaze it,” I whisper as I light the Bunsen burner.

Cranquis Recommends: Lab Tech (aka Clinical Lab Science, aka a gazillion other names/acronyms) blogs

cranquis:

Ok then — here they are, in no particular order, with mini-reviews from me.

[Be aware, my “reviews” are based on (1) my 30 seconds of splashing around in each blog’s archives and (2) my having retained absolutely zero knowledge about histology after med school exams were over….]

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WHEN MY FAMILY ASKS ME WHAT I DO IN LAB

scienceshenanigans:

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(Source: whatshouldwecallgradschool)

microaerophilic:

fact.

Preach it!

microaerophilic:

fact.

Preach it!

weepingdildo:

aint gotta tell me twice

weepingdildo:

aint gotta tell me twice

(Source: caecilius24)

nursejoy:

me when i’m not ok but I don’t want people to worry about me

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couthor:

mangabreadroll:

tflatte:

blackbanshee:

fearless-proud-andstrong:

ohhaiimelissa:

kristalbabich:

“It’s Been An Adventure, Mr. Fredricksen.”


“Adventure Is Out There!”

Someone asked me to post these two companion pieces together so it was easier to reblog them.

THIS WAS NOT OKAY

DUG

HE’S STILL WEARING THE ELLIE BADGE

I was just going to scroll past this when I REALISED what it was

Wow OK time to just nope the fuck on outta here

bboysbgirls:

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bboysbgirls:

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