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Community, Facts, and Hello: A boy was allowed to change his own name when he was 8 years old. Today, he is Dr. Loki Skylizard. Ultrafacts.tumblr.com Loki Skylizard MD FCCP Medical Director, MHP Center For Chest Disease Frederick, Maryland | Hospital & Health Care Current Frederick Regional Health System, Doximity Monmouth Medical Center, Barnabas Health Medical Group Community Hospital, University of Alabama Medical Center Program University of Michigan Previous Education 3 connect Connect Send Loki InMail <p><a href="http://darecrow.tumblr.com/post/130389971944/ultrafacts-his-parents-allowed-him-and-his" class="tumblr_blog">darecrow</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://ultrafacts.tumblr.com/post/130370047872">ultrafacts</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p> His parents allowed him and his sister to change their names at age 8 if they wanted to — and of course, an eight-year-old would pick a name that an eight-year-old would love. Loki Skylizard MD FCCP is now a thoracic surgeon in Frederick, Maryland. <br/></p> <p>Sources: <b><a href="https://medium.com/i-love-charts/hello-my-name-is-dr-loki-skylizard-783a94b95c09">[1]</a> <a href="http://www.drskylizard.com/">[2]</a></b></p> <p>Follow <a href="http://ultrafacts.tumblr.com/"><b>Ultrafacts</b></a> for more facts</p> </blockquote> <p>That is the face of zero regrets</p> </blockquote>

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America, Asian, and Baseball: Bridesmaids Hold Rescue Puppies Instead of Flowers By Caitlin Jill Anders Sep. 19,2016 SHARE Now I be seeing a lot of u fancy kids in them convertible jeeps, that shit low key like a secret fraternity straight up. Now what differentiates the members of this fraternity is the wheel cover on the back spare tire because that cover always gon say what school they went to which is 83% of they identity 😂. Without further delay, how to decode what the wheel cover says: (1) Red W. This say "hey my name is Jeff. I attended the University of Wisconsin and have a degree in business. I currently work for Deloitte and it's a lot of hours but my team is AWESOME lol. We should take a trip to Madison some time - best college town in America - we can spend on time on the lake and u can meet some of my old college buddies ☺️." (2) Big yellow M. This say "my name is Joshua. I attended the University of Michigan. I know a lot of baseball statistics but I'm not super nerdy about it just a little nerdy. I work in private equity. You should marry the fuck out of me, our kids will attend the premier Jewish preschool in the city because my mom is the principal there 🤗." (3) "red IU". "MY NAME IS TED FUCKING SMITH. I WENT TO INDIANA UNIVERSITY BLOOMINGTON. DON'T ASK ME HOW THE FUCK IT WAS, IT WAS FUCKING MARVELOUS. WHEN PLAYBOY RANKED THE TOP PARTY SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES THEY DIDN'T EVEN INCLUDE US BECAUSE THEY SAID WE'RE IN OUR OWN LEAGUE LMAO ANYWAY YEAH SO WYD AFTER THIS LET'S HAVE A BEER IN MY JEEP MY UNCLE JIM IS A COP SO WE'RE GOOD." (4) "YALE". Cool Asian kid who always has good weed and lots of white friends GoodNight 😂😂😂
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Being Alone, Anaconda, and Black Lives Matter: Time names Colin Kaepernick one of the 100 most influential people in the world Via time.com, by Jim Harbaugh 🙌🏾 Thank you for this!! Rp @yourrightscamp "Colin Kaepernick was alone in his early protests last year when he boldly and courageously confronted perceived inequalities in our social-justice system by refusing to stand for the national anthem. At times in our nation's history, we have been all too quick to judge and oppose our fellow Americans for exercising their First Amendment right to address things they believe unjust. Rather than besmirch their character, we must celebrate their act. For we cannot pioneer and invent if we are fearful of deviating from the norm, damaging our public perception or—most important—harming our own personal interests. I thank Colin for all he has contributed to the game of football as an outstanding player and trusted teammate. I also applaud Colin for the courage he has demonstrated in exercising his guaranteed right of free speech. His willingness to take a position at personal cost is now part of our American story. How lucky for us all and for our country to have among our citizens someone as remarkable as Colin Kaepernick." **Harbaugh, who coached Kaepernick in the NFL from 2011 to 2014, is the head football coach at the University of Michigan** colinkaepernick kaepernick blacklivesmatter

Via time.com, by Jim Harbaugh 🙌🏾 Thank you for this!! Rp @yourrightscamp "Colin Kaepernick was alone in his early protests last year when he...

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Anaconda, Ben Carson, and Black History Month: <p>Black history month day 22: Renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson. </p> <p>Benjamin Solomon “Ben” Carson Sr. was born in Detroit, Michigan on September 18, 1951. When he was eight, his parents separated and he moved with his mother and brother to his mother’s sister’s home. Carson’s mother struggled with severe depression, resulting in several psychiatric hospitalizations and an attempted suicide. She was however very involved with her sons’ education, limiting their time watching television and requiring them to read and write book reports on two library books per week.</p> <p>Carson had dreams of being a doctor since he was eight. He did well in school and scored very highly on the SAT for the Detroit school district. When it came time to choose a college, he narrowed the choice between Harvard or Yale, but could only for the $10 application fee for one school. He chose Yale after seeing them win a televised G.E. college bowl against Harvard. He received a full scholarship. Later he attended medical school at the university of Michigan and was excepted into the neurosurgery program at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.</p> <p>Carson was the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland from 1984 until his retirement in 2013. He was indisputably a pioneer in neurosurgery, his achievements including performing the only successful separation of conjoined twins joined at the back of the head, the first successful neurosurgical procedure on a fetus inside the womb, and the first completely successful separation of type-2 vertical craniopagus twins. He also developed new methods to treat brain-stem tumors and improved techniques for controlling seizures. At age 33 he became the youngest head of pediatric neurosurgery in the country. He has written over 100 neurosurgical publications and received numerous accolades, including over 60 honorary doctorate degrees, dozens of national merit citations, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the United States.</p>

Black history month day 22: Renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson. Benjamin Solomon “Ben” Carson Sr. was born in Detroit, Michigan on Septe...

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Children, Community, and Curving: Growth Charting of Brain Networks Typical Development Curve 3 Age 8 Age 12 Age 17 <p><a href="http://medresearch.tumblr.com/post/143342934359/could-a-brain-growth-chart-spot-attention" class="tumblr_blog">medresearch</a>:</p> <blockquote><h2> Could a Brain “Growth Chart” Spot Attention Problems Early? </h2><p>Researchers at the <a href="https://medicine.umich.edu/medschool/">University of Michigan Medical School</a> suggest that, like is currently done with height and weight, a brain development chart could help doctors and parents determine if a child’s brain is on track for healthy attention abilities.</p><p>The research, <a href="http://archpsyc.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=2513687">published in JAMA Psychiatry,</a> shows the potential for brain imaging “biomarkers” for attention problems. But the idea could extend to other psychological conditions.</p><p>Based on mapping the development of brain networks in more than 500 children and teens, the research team found networks are underdeveloped in those who have attention difficulties.</p><p>This technique, once fully developed, could lead to a chart and better chances for children to get a firm diagnosis of ADHD sooner. It could also help track whether their ADHD treatment is improving their attention functioning, which can help them in school and life.</p><p><a href="http://The%20research,%20published%20in%20JAMA%20Psychiatry,%20shows%20the%20potential%20for%20brain%20imaging%20%E2%80%9Cbiomarkers%E2%80%9D%20for%20attention%20problems.%20But%20the%20idea%20could%20extend%20to%20other%20psychological%20conditions.">Read more</a></p><p><i>Funding: The research was funded by the National Institutes of Health (AA020297 and MH107741) as well as the Center for Computational Medicine and the John Templeton Foundation.</i></p><p> <b>Raise your voice in support of expanding federal funding for life-saving medical research by joining the </b><b><a href="http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.aamcaction.org%2Flanding%2Fresearch-means-hope&amp;t=MjQ4NjBiNzllMmMzZDhhMzFjZDVkNDljYTdlMGMzMWY3ZjY0ZTk3MCwyTkdVR0htSA%3D%3D">AAMC’s advocacy community</a>.</b> <br/></p></blockquote>

medresearch: Could a Brain “Growth Chart” Spot Attention Problems Early? Researchers at the University of Michigan Medical School suggest...

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