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I am a 20 year old nursing student who is trying to stay healthy in college. & I like people! (:
I am a 20 year old nursing student who is trying to stay healthy in college. & I like people! (:




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Member Since: 10/18/2009

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I would like to stay on track and continue at my same weight on my vegetarian diet.

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I am going to do this by tracking my calories burned, packing my lunch, and listening to a motivating song every day.

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SISTHOROUGHBRED
5/16/2011 12:09:31 PM

Welcome to Nurses Everywhere!



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MMNICKS
1/18/2011 5:29:00 PM

Thank you for visiting my blog, your encourging words are really appreciated!!



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WONDERFUL2BME
11/9/2010 12:20:39 AM

Thanks for the comment on my blog. The more I get to know myself the more I am realizing how powerful we are as women. You may be discovering this as well in your recovery. Come visit again!



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RAGGEDY_ANN
11/1/2010 11:39:14 PM

Sounds like you are a nursing student. Good for you! My niece is a nursing student too, doing clinicals since about 2 weeks ago... Hugs, Wilma
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CORINA-MOMOF4
10/29/2010 8:56:22 PM

Thanks for your comment on my blog about my son's medical condition. Until his, I had never heard of the condition, however, I was familiar with the exact opposite, the pectus excavatum. My (adopted) cousin was born with it. He's in his young 20's now, and my aunt/uncle were told there were no health issues with it and not to worry. To this day, his chest is still "sunken" in and he's never had any problems.



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