mediclopedia:

Phobias may be memories passed down in genes from ancestors
Study from researchers from Emory determined memories can be passed down genetically in the form of genetic switches that are triggered in certain cases. 
Although implications for human possibilities are still far away, in their experiment they had a case of mice passing down traumatic stresses that are triggered by the smell of cherry blossoms. 
So next time you are scared of heights, or spiders… thank your ancestors that it was they who had to go through something traumatic, and not you!
7th Jul 201411:31126 notes

8 more weeks of school. Time to buckle down. 

dingdongyouarewrong:

frigiddykebitchcuntmanabuser2k14:

parents who vaccinate their children without their consent are terrible parents, no exceptions.

parents who let their children die of completely preventable diseases because they think 8 year olds are capable of making their own medical decisions are terrible parents. no exceptions

You receive the majority of vaccinations during the first 6 months of life. Read an immunization schedule. There’s also no sound evidence that vaccines cause any harm, even attenuated ones. 

(via justliketheweathered)

Yay, I’m 21.

Definitely going to kickass next semester and I’m 25% a nurse now!

whoredinarygirl:

my favorite method of studying is crying a little and hoping for the best right before the test

(via meganthefeminist)

I have 3 clinical worksheets to do and turn in by tonight. 

THE PERKS! BUT I HAVE CLINICAL IN THE MORNING THE NEXT DAY…

New favorite study place! #LittleFivePoints #L5P #gotsomuchdone
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