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orgo chem will be my cause of death 🙃 I'm just kidding, it's just a tough one that I'm going to have work extra hard at.
Let me know in the comments a subject that you have to work a bit harder at 😊 don't worry this is a no judgement zone 😉

What is brain? You want to know what is brain? For you to know brain is an organ that serves as the center of the nervous system in all vertebrate and most invertebrate animals. The brain is located in the head, usually close to the sensory organs for senses such as vision. The brain is the most complex organ in a vertebrate's body. In a human, the cerebral cortex contains approximately 15–33 billion neurons,each connected by synapses to several thousand other neurons. These neurons communicate with one another by means of long protoplasmic fibers called axons, which carry trains of signal pulses called action potentials to distant parts of the brain or body targeting specific recipient cells. Physiologically, the function of the brain is to exert centralized control over the other organs of the body. The brain acts on the rest of the body both by generating patterns of muscle activity and by driving the secretion of chemicals called hormones. #SCIENCE #NEUROSCIENCE #STUDYSCIENCE #HUMANBRAIN

Happy Wednesday! Today I'm taking the day off because I have some appointments I have to go to 😊 could be a more fun day off but oh well.
What do you guys like to do on your days off?

Science activity @ YPC International College. SPM science stream students was given a chance to try a simple experiment during their visit here.
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Can't make an info session? Head on over to the tower and chat to our friendly staff & students about your study options with us! #utsinfoday #infoday #utsscience #studymaths #studyscience

Happy Monday everyone!! I have nothing worthwhile to post about but I'm feeling good today and hope you are too!! Here's a photo of a super smart dude and his big science toys!! #ndt #studyscience #nerds2020

Library 😍
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Flash cards from all 4 years of college. I didn't realize I made this many #athletictrainingstudent #athletictrainingmajor #college #student #studyscience

I'm ready!!
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orgo chem will be my cause of death 🙃 I'm just kidding, it's just a tough one that I'm going to have work extra hard at.
Let me know in the comments a subject that you have to work a bit harder at 😊 don't worry this is a no judgement zone 😉

"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit" ~ Aristotle 👨🏻‍🏫. I couldn't agree more. A few posts back I spoke about one of my weaknesses being verbal reasoning and how I'm exercising that part of the brain to master it. There's no IQ test that can measure overall human intelligence... why? Because the brain has several different components for example- memory, reasoning and verbal are the 3 main cognitive components (among others). So one person with poor reasoning might have great memory and another may have excellent verbal and reasoning skills but poo memory. But what's important to understand is you can test individual skills, such as in my case with verbal reasoning (I'm a slow reader haha). Once you get a feel for what areas are lacking in your brain, you can exercise them to grow some brain biceps (strengthening plasticity and neural connections). So as well as reading more, I've also gotten into the habit of listening to podcasts (instead of music). If you're too busy to read because of a hectic schedule, I urge you to listen to an interesting podcast on your way to work or on a long drive. It could be about anything, from latest science updates to the psychology of human behaviour. It will really get you thinking elastically by listening to different expert minds having discussions. 💥be the best version of yourself you can be, and make excellence your habit. 🏆
Today's lunch: Shrimp, Courgette sliced into noodles with mixed country veggies. P.S. that BOOJA BOOJA dairy free Icecream is HEAVEEEENLY. I don't even like ice-cream and I died and went to heaven when I tasted it

Working for the day I can say scalpel please • Hello everyone! I've created this account to document my journey to medical school. I've just started to study for the MCAT so any advice or encouragement is greatly appreciated 🤗

Happy Wednesday! Today I'm taking the day off because I have some appointments I have to go to 😊 could be a more fun day off but oh well.
What do you guys like to do on your days off?

"Absence of malignancies in mummies... indicates cancer-causing factors are limited to... modern industrialisation"- Professor Micheal Zimmerman 2012. Your body is made up of 100 million million cells. Cancer can start when just ONE of them begins to grow and multiply uncontrollably . It is a monstrous disease 💀. It really gets you thinking why cancer is so prominent in our day and age and why its' risk is increasing. Personally, I feel environmental factors play such a huge role in this. Pollution, artificial/unhealthy foods, artificial packaging (plastic bottles) and even electronic devices (microwave radiation, phone radiation, wifi etc.). Sure, they're all tried and tested within a short period of time to check for safety, but what about the long term effects of say, having a repetitive 'safe-at-low-dose' type of substance? We've all heard of cases such as those who've overdosed on drinks such as red bull or coco cola. You need to really evaluate what you're putting in your system, I would steer well away from products that have tonnes of ingredients and keep everything minimal and as natural as possible. Only time will tell what factors of this modern era are killing us slowly. All we can do in the meantime is try to mirror some of that lifestyle of the pre-modern era. 👩🏻‍🍳🏃🏻‍♀️
Today's post leg-day lunch: Green Pea Pasta, Zucchini, Chicken & Homemade Pesto sauce 😍 sprinkled with dairy free cheese. 752cal (60c, 20f, 80p)

What is brain? You want to know what is brain? For you to know brain is an organ that serves as the center of the nervous system in all vertebrate and most invertebrate animals. The brain is located in the head, usually close to the sensory organs for senses such as vision. The brain is the most complex organ in a vertebrate's body. In a human, the cerebral cortex contains approximately 15–33 billion neurons,each connected by synapses to several thousand other neurons. These neurons communicate with one another by means of long protoplasmic fibers called axons, which carry trains of signal pulses called action potentials to distant parts of the brain or body targeting specific recipient cells. Physiologically, the function of the brain is to exert centralized control over the other organs of the body. The brain acts on the rest of the body both by generating patterns of muscle activity and by driving the secretion of chemicals called hormones. #SCIENCE #NEUROSCIENCE #STUDYSCIENCE #HUMANBRAIN

Familiar study space for an hour or so on the way home today on day 14/28 (SD329 #revison ). Half way there. #costacoffee #minttea #chocolatebrownie #openuniversity #student #exams #studyscience

Rule no.1 of neurosurgery 'you ain't never the same when the air hits your brain'... So becoming a 'voracious reader' has become my new goal 📚. Reading develops the mind and the mind is a muscle that needs to be exercised 🏋🏻‍♀️. So instead of listening to music and wasting away potential mind-exercising time as I usually do, I try to pick up a book instead. For some reason I've been drawn to books about neurosurgeons. They have this peculiar dark sense of humour that I find relatable. Anyone have any good recommendations please send them my way 🚀. P.s. My heart goes out to all those affected in the Manchester concert bombing ☹️ it's heartbreaking to think that some mentally sick being could target innocent children 💔💔💔

After a lovely weekend fot @slimmingadventures birthday it's back to the books for me on day 13/28 (SD329 #revision). Pjs are the only possible option this evening #comfy #harrypotter #studyspace #openuniversity #student #wales #studyscience

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Happy Monday ~~ Today is a holiday but I still have to do 4 chapters of physics (physucks). I'm hoping I'm productive and can get it all done 😓

If you want to see what's up in my life besides studying, check out my personal account @madeleineweichel ✨✨

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Today I went on a canoe trip and it was cold and rainy the entire time so now I'm F R I G I D
What have you gotten up to this weekend?

Happy Saturday ☺️☀️ whether you're studying today or taking the day off, I hope today is full of smiles and laughter. Seriously, even if you're studying take the time to smile to yourself and you just might feel a bit better. 💖💖😀😀

currently lying in the sun ☀️ while I read notes and it couldn't be more peaceful (well it could if the construction on my street stopped, but oh well). The sun is finally coming out and I am happy as can 🐝
What makes you guys happy?

Highly recommend watching the 'Incredible Medicine: Dr Weston's Casebook' series. What the human body can do is truly remarkable. A girl who can function with only one half of her brain, a man who doesn't feel the emotion of fear, a woman who can smell disease based on people's sweat... all the cases are extraordinary and it really makes you think how magical we are as human beings. We are all unicorns 🦄, literally majestical in every way. From the way our brain can process 85 billion neurons and 100 trillion synapses, to the simplest thing (maybe not that simple) such as healing a paper-cut. Your body is a goldmine of information, and I really have this yearning to learn the ins and outs of it's complexities. 🙇🏻‍♀️🌟

While helping kids #studyscience found that they are #teaching how #evil is #sharkfinsoup #awsome #chineseschool #johor #Malaysia

Change of study scene this evening on day 9/28 (SD329 #revision) #openuniversity #study #studyscience #coffee #studyspace

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