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Part 14: How Turkey Met Wolf🦃🐺 - Complete Story at #Howturkeymetwolf - -READ THIS IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THIS SERIES: @raksmeytheok Synopsis For everyone who doesn't get the storyline: There is a dad turkey and mom turkey. They had babies, but unfortunately all of them except one got eaten. The one that survived ran away and met the wolf pup, Wolfie. Wolfie can't eat meat and was getting bullied by the wolf pack and ran away. Wolfie is also the Alpha wolf's only surviving cub (Wolfie's mom and siblings were killed by Ursa, the bear). Both turkeys and wolves are trying to find their babies. Eventually they find them with the help of each other. Mother turkey saw the bear, Ursa, trying to eat the babies so she swooped in and bought time for the babies but also perished in the mean time. The wolf pack comes just in time to see Wolfie beat Ursa (with poison berries). And that's it for now, some of you are confused whether the mother turkey died because in a previous post you saw Adult Turkey call it's dad "Ma". Ma is actually baby turkey's dad because it never met it's mother (she died). - - Notes: Almost done with this story arc kind of crazy how what I thought was going to be a couple of parts ended up like this :) - - -DISCLAIMER!: -BEARS ARE NOT EVIL, Ursa the bear is just a plot point! However, if you see a bear out in nature, leave it alone please. Bears are omnivores and tend to keep to themselves. Bears that become acclimated to humans will be euthanized! I just want to put it out there that these animal characters are fictional and while there are some elements that are true to their nature and biology, it is ultimately a universe that I have created for the purpose of telling this story that I find (and hopefully you find) interesting. People can comment however they like; I would just ask people to post respectfully toward others and to me (my parents follow me). - #art #animation #artist #illustration #comics #kitty #photooftheday #nurse #nurselife #medicine #nyc #lifegoals #doctor #life #death #nature #happyholidays #stuffing #cute #snow #sad #turkey #thanks #friendship #wolf #bear #wow #howturkeymetwolf

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⁣⁣ 💫𝐆𝐈𝐕𝐄𝐀𝗪𝐀𝐘 𝐓𝐈𝐌𝐄!⁣💫⁣ In honor of reaching 3K followers, I’ve teamed up with @pancepreppearls to give 1 lucky winner the newest volume of pance prep pearls. This book was essential to my success in didactics. It’s easy to follow, summarizes diseases into easy to digest sections, and is great for anyone interested in learning medicine.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 𝘏𝘖𝘞 𝘛𝘖 𝘌𝘕𝘛𝘌𝘙 𝘛𝘖 𝘞𝘐𝘕⁣⁣ 1. Follow me and @pancepreppearls ⁣ 2. Like this post ⁣⁣ 3. In the comments tag a person who needs this book. The tagged person must also follow the rules to win. ⁣⁣ 4. Multiple comments = multiple entries⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣Good luck !🍀⁣ ⁣ Giveaway closes on 2/23. Winner will be announced shortly after. (USA only)

8 hours ago 214
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Why I don’t disclose to my doctors that I’m Intersex: Because being intersex is something that doctors are trained to try to “fix.” Bring Intersex for me means being forced into hormone therapies that cause suicidality, mental instability, & physical harm. • Because being Intersex means that doctors don’t feel like they have to offer me gender specific courtesies. As a survivor of sexual abuse mostly from cis-hereto males being touched by men I don’t know can be triggering & lead to panic attacks. Generally when you’re in a hospital if you are femme presenting nurses are understanding about requests for female techs to help you shower & use the bathroom. As an Intersex human suddenly I’m just being “over sensitive” & “a demanding patient.” • Because of my cPTSD I have had to fight with my insurance to have access to female doctors for conditions that require surgeries or physical manipulation. Going under for surgeries is one of the most terrifying aspects of my care & I need to have a team I trust. As an Intersex human these requirements become a “preference” not a necessity. • Doctors are trained to blame illness on the most convenient option. Whether it’s because they are taught that the simplest answer is the right one (occam's razor) or they don’t want to do the exhaustive paperwork necessary for new diagnoses doctors will often use what they see in front of them to make snap decisions. Have PTSD? Must be causing your GI issues. Had top surgery? You’re just more sensitive to pain or confused. Your intersex? Of course you’re sick! You’re body wasn’t formed “right.” • And finally, the most obvious: every doctor feeling that they have the “right” to examine your genitalia out of “professional curiosity” even if it is not necessary to your health & they don’t specialize in reproductive healthcare.

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Things I don’t like about working in the ED:⠀ ⠀ Having to work until midnight on a Saturday! 🤷‍♀️ ⠀ ⠀ Things I DO like about working in the ED: ⠀ Getting to work with Tony Adkins PA-C for half your shift!! 👌🏼⠀ ⠀ Now I know it’s no overnight shift... but I was a little nervous about getting too tired on my first night shift because I religiously go to bed by 10:30, but honestly a little bit of coffee and the time flew by! ⠀ ⠀ I even ended up staying an hour late to suture an 8 year-olds back up and I didn’t even notice how late it had gotten!⠀ ⠀ The ER is great for getting down procedures. I’ve been doing a lot of abscesses and suturing, and learning the techniques of different PAs, which has been amazing. 🙌🏻 I’m definitely loving emergency med more than I thought! 😊 ⠀ ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #gradschool #paschool #physicianassistant #physicianassistantstudent #prephysicianassistant #prephysicianassistantstudent #medicine #pa #nurse #doctor #healthcareprofessional #healthcareprovider #pastudent #paschoollife #prepastudent #studentlife #clinicalyear #healthcareadvocate #yourpacan #yourpacanhandleit #emergencymedicine #wearfigs #scrublove #greysanatomyquotes #itsabeautifuldaytosavelives #abscess #emergencydepartment #dididothat #nightshift #emergencymedpa

4 hours ago 6
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La vida va demasiado rápido. Si no te paras y miras a tu alrededor de vez en cuando, puedes perdértela. . . . . #caminandoando #elturista #aventurero #mochilero #turistiandoconmonttier #rututiando #mytravelgrams #tourist

3 hours ago 21
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Cuando aprovechas tu último año de carrera a conocer todo lo que no hiciste los 6 años anteriores 😂 . . . . . #february #medicine #doctor #nurse #health #instagood #instamoment #instamood #instaboy #vsco #vscocam #man #boy #guy #septum #model #hipster #asturias #iger #instapic #picoftheday

4 hours ago 8
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Did you know doctors used to wear black coats until the late 1800’s?! It helped hide the blood and other fluids that they would encounter. Then as we learned about the dangers of bacteria and mixing bodily fluids they switched to white coats to be able to see when they were contaminated. Some studies have shown that even though patients blood pressure rises around white coats they still prefer their doctors in white coats. There have been reports that patients feel most comfortable opening up when their doctor is in scrubs. One writer suggests scrubs are “a metaphor for modern medicine: pragmatism and experience stripped of all vestiges of romance and mystique” The modern era of physician is increasingly choosing the @patagonia fleece over the white coat. How will patients adjust to this? How will they perceive the casual cozy aesthetic of a fleece? Only time will tell. . . . . . . . . . . #medical #medicine #doctor #health #healthcare #hospital #nurse #doctors #surgery #medicalstudent #neet #medstudent #mbbs #medicalschool #medschool #medlife #reseaudocteur #stem #docsofinsta #blackdoctors #whitecoatblackdoctor #whitecoatceremony #step1 #medico #melanininmedicine #thebenmdshow #snma #amec #patagonia #patagoniafleece

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