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Boston and Iowa Visit

Iowa a small town in USA is regarded as literary capital of the world and rightfully so. It has people reading and writing or involved in intellectual discourse all the time and everywhere. To be in that geographical location was a feast to the mind and soul. It was a vacation I had never expected. Impulse to sketch, something I had not done for decades overpowered me and I felt a 'high' of a sort which was my own. It was the moment of rediscovering and falling in love with oneself. Indulgence to read whatever one desired for as long as one preferred was a reality. 

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An Open Letter to the Stressed Medico - in Context of the Recent Suicide of an MBBS Student

Depressed medical students

MBBS as a professional course is a highly demanding one - the pupils needs to go through some hard times. It is okay to have stress. Here is how to cope with it. Excerpts of my conversations with a stressed medical student.

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Earned Nothing out of Friendship but Just Lessons of Life

Solitude and introspection

Sorry for the haphazard way of describing things because it wasn’t meant to be an article but just thought maybe this was the right platform for my thoughts.

I would narrate most of my life within the past 3years here at AIIMS. Maybe my life will not be normal after this article. Maybe I will worsen my life more after this by being teased more by the people about whom I just wrote this.

A big mistake of  my life was choosing MBBS but what was even bigger was taking this institute.

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Healthcare 101: Prenatal Foods You Can’t Do Without

Photo of a pregnant woman

Following a nutritious and varied diet during pregnancy is the best way to care for yourself and your baby. Moreover, it is crucial to see your healthcare specialist regularly until your prenatal weeks to reduce the risk of complications and ensure a safe delivery.

The following food groups provide you with the vitamins, minerals and protein required for a healthy pregnancy. 

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The Pain Will End

Photo of a railway track

He wrapped his hands around her, so tight yet so careful. With her chest onto his, he could feel the synchrony of their heartbeats. He knew as he walked on the tracks of the railway that this was the last time he could feel her breath against his chest. With that thought he held her even closer. He knew he loved her from the very first time he saw her. His love for her knew no measure. He wished she knew it too. He would bring the world down to her if that meant her happiness. He would. He definitely would.

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