Category: Veterinary

The Student Doctor Network is pleased to announce our Admissions Prep Week event, taking place March 26-30, 2018. SDN hosts this online exhibition to give you an opportunity to check out the products and services available from test prep companies, publishers, and application and admissions specialists. Many companies offer exclusive discounts to SDN members during the event.

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The medical journey offers many opportunities to make some big moves, whether it’s to start medical school, residency, fellowship, or for that first “real” job. A move, especially one across the country, requires a good deal of planning. You will undoubtedly have many questions. How do I move my stuff? How do I find a

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If you are having difficulty making your federal student loan payments, the worst thing you can do is ignore the problem. Help is available. For many borrowers, payments may be reduced under one of the Income Driven Repayment Plans (IDR Plans) offered by the Department of Education. The lower your income, the lower your payments

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2017 was an exciting year for BMC Veterinary Research, which published a wide range of interesting articles across its many subject-specific sections. Here are a few of the Editor’s favourite articles published over the last year.
With ongoing concerns regarding the reproducibility and quality of animal research studies, Dr Hayley Henderson, Editor of BMC Veterinary Research, reviews the outcomes of a recent round table discussion, held during the LAVA-ESLAV-ECLAM conference, which debated these important issues and discusses what BMC Veterinary Research is doing to help its authors improve their research reporting.

Financial advisors and wealth managers are not just for rich people or for investing in llama futures and bitcoin loan sharks. Health professionals have complicated financial lives. Huge debts, job search expenses, salary negotiations, moving costs, nanny salaries, high rents and mortgages near the medical center, wedding expenses, and even unforeseen costs like car accidents

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Medical school, graduate school, dental school, any graduate or professional school: they are all expensive! Many students are only able to pay for their education by taking out loans and living on a strict budget. The financial decisions and habits made as a student can make a major impact on future financial stability. Here are

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Your pooch is not just great company. A new study finds that our four-legged friends could reduce the likelihood of premature death.

Mindfulness practices have gained momentum in the modern world and with good reason: they are specifically designed to improve our ability to perform under stress and pressure. A regular mindfulness practice helps us move through our lives with greater ease and skill. The following is a concrete discussion on the theory and benefits of mindfulness.

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Undergraduate students do not need told, again, how important it is to be involved in numerous activities: academics, extracurriculars, employment, research, job shadowing, internships, and social life. Students who are pursuing a career in a science or healthcare field (particularly those with aspirations for graduate school) may find even more intense pressure than their peers.

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No available or affordable program for your healthcare profession in your home state? Take heart! Students in Western U.S. states  do  have access to affordable professional degree programs in nearly a dozen healthcare specialties, thanks to the  Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education’s (WICHE)  Professional Student Exchange Program (PSEP). Healthcare workers of all kinds are in

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One of the biggest challenges that arises during medical school is actually all of the non-medical school “stuff”: namely, household duties and chores. How much help can you expect from your spouse in this regard, and how will you divide up the duties? Each partnership is different, and what works for one couple may not

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Student loan debt is increasing for college graduates every year. But for those who study medicine and health sciences, the numbers are staggering. According to a recent study, graduating medical students are starting their careers with about $164,800 in debt, on average. Even with high starting salaries, that can be an overwhelming amount of student loan debt

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Our dogs are getting fatter, with pet obesity numbers continuing to rise annually worldwide. Shockingly, around four million dogs in the UK are overweight! It was recently reported that by 2027, Britain could contain the fattest dogs in the world, after results from a poll confirmed that dog owners are overfeeding their pets by up to 1,000 calories per day and failing to provide the necessary exercise required. BMC Veterinary Research discusses a recent publication that might help explain how some dogs are more inclined to be overweight and obese in adulthood if not properly controlled.
Our pets not only bring us joy and companionship, they offer benefits for health and well-being, too. We take a closer look at what these are.

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