Tag Archives: Health

For the Health (Care) of America

Some of the current political climate in America, and, to be honest, Britain, has involved healthcare. In the US there has been a lot of railing against ‘Obamacare’ because it costs too much; while in the UK a lot of … Continue reading

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The Only Difference Is Everything

I’ve been back in the US for almost two months now. I’m not quite over my culture shock (or reverse culture shock), which I wrote about earlier. I’m driving now, which is a bit strange after taking public transport for the … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Countries

I’ve been back in the US for a little over two weeks now. I had left almost 5 years ago to study in the UK and now return back to the country where I grew up and have spent the majority … Continue reading

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Last Week, A QB Threw A Touchdown On A Wire In Panama

This week, I’m going to use my academic background to tie together disparate elements of society into one idea. As a PhD student I had to combine multiple, often contradictory, sources to form one coherent thesis. I’m harnessing this training … Continue reading

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Best of Both Worlds: The Work-Life Balance

I’m coming into the final few months of my PhD.  Some of the stories I’ve heard from recently finished students can be quite horrifying.  I know of one person who spent basically three straight months writing and revising, only leaving … Continue reading

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