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December 17, 2014 · Leave a Comment

DBT – The Tastier Version!

By Rachel Hammer Rachel Hammer (@rachelrha)

I’ll admit sometimes I eat brownies for breakfast. If they happen to be out, and I’m whirling through the kitchen to get dressed and upright on the moped and into the hospital, I’ll grab a brownie and chase it with a pot of coffee. I’m getting help. Actually, I’ve invented my own Crisis Hotline for […]

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Tags: Baking, Brownies, DBT, Dialectical behavioral therapy, Healthy Living, Healthy recipes, Mayo Clinic, Mayo Medical School, Mayo Medical School Blog, Medical School, Medical Student Blog, Meet Mayo Med


December 3, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Wisconsin, Where Doctors Go to Play

By Tony Blankers Tony Blankers (@tonyrbl)

His name was Caddy Shack: not the first horse I had ridden, but the first horse I had ridden in a long time. He didn’t know me; in fact I’m sure I was a stranger, as I had only arrived at his house 30 minutes before. Still, here I was, riding through the woods of […]

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Tags: Black River Falls, Black River Memorial Hospital, Dr. Jeff Polzin, Family Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Mayo Medical School, Mayo Medical School Blog, Medical School, Medical Student Blog, Medical Students, Meet Mayo Med, Rural Medicine


November 12, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Eddie

By Margaret Cupit Margaret Cupit (@margaretccu)

It was just a day of shadowing in primary care. I didn’t expect to be enlightened or changed at all from the experience. What could be so exciting about general pediatrics when there was the exciting world of pediatric oncology? What could be so interesting about children with common colds when kids with cancer existed? […]

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Tags: Family Medicine, First Year Medical Student, Mayo Clinic, Mayo Medical School, Mayo Medical School Blog, Medical School, Meet Mayo Med, Pediatrics, Primary Care, Shadowing



October 28, 2014 · Leave a Comment

First Impressions

By Vidhushei Yogeswaran Vidhushei Yogeswaran (@vidhusheiyogeswaran)

As a single, recent college graduate, I never knew I would like Rochester as much as I do now. I love the Mayo Clinic, but the town was supposed to be the “compromise.” Rochester is actually a really nice place to live and has a weirdly exciting mix of cosmopolitan and suburban vibes. I live […]

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Tags: Education, First Year Medical Student, M1 year, Mayo Clinic, Mayo Medical School, Mayo Medical School Blog, Medical School, Medical Student Blog, Medical Students, Meet Mayo Med, Minnesota, New School


October 28, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Keeping Surgeons Nice with Maple Pumpkin Spice!

By Rachel Hammer Rachel Hammer (@rachelrha)

So I was scrubbed in on a colon operation the other day, and the senior resident had been teasing me for bringing my sourdough starter with me to Florida for my surgery rotation. No one understands how important fresh bread is to my sense of well-being. The attending colorectal surgeon, who is a lovely, soft-spoken […]

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Tags: Baking, Bread Making, Colorectal surgery, Cookies, Mayo Clinic, Mayo Medical School, Mayo Medical School Blog, Medical School, Medical Student Blog, Meet Mayo Med, Oatmeal Raisin, Recipes


October 28, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Newness Is A Good Thing

By Christopher Gibbs Christopher Gibbs (@christophermgi)

Beginning medical school at Mayo has been a period of intense transition. Everything is new! One can see newness in every aspect of life: location, hours, subject material, lingo, commuting challenges, distance from family, relationships, friends, and colleagues. The list goes on and on! What does this period of transition mean for the first-year med […]

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Tags: First Year Medical Student, M1 year, Mayo Clinic, Mayo Medical School, Mayo Medical School Blog, Medical School, Medical Student Blog, Medical Students, Meet Mayo Med, New School


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