Barron’s Medical Journal Reporting From Houston Medical Center at MD Anderson Medical SchoolBreast Cancer Chemotherapy Patients Wins With Having President Obama As The New President How Pain Management...more
Despite having spent so much time in Manhattan, I'm not ready to leave without looking into the delicious, healthy and vegan eats available across the East River in Brooklyn! So many hip neighborhoods and so much good food, let's get started!...more
New York City, The Big Apple, The City That Never Sleeps...So many monikers for this world famous metropolis. One of the greatest cities in the world, a hub for business, entertainment and best of all, food! This island is home to some of the world's best cuisine. Which is why one post is just not enough! I'll start with a few delicious hot spots but keep you wanting more in my next post! Let's get started, shall we?...more
This is my senior year of high school and in the next few months I will be sending off eight college applications, four of which are in New York. I have talked about my dream to study and live in New York and have even begged my dad to take me, which he did this past April....more
Today is the first day of the US Open tennis tournament in New York and if you’re a diehard tennis fan like me, you’re psyched. It’s the final grand slam of the year and for the next two weeks it takes place at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, Queens....more
"Any woman who did [what Weiner did] would be instantly institutionalized. She would be grabbed by officials in the street, put immediately into a straitjacket, and carted off to an asylum."http://www.huffingtonpost.com/gina-barreca/must-we-look-at-the-retur_b_1...Thoughts?? Your Shameless Friend,Ginawww.ginabarreca.comTwitter @TheGinaBarreca...more
In less than two weeks, I will be in the big apple, doing a little shopping, a lot of eating and drinking but most importantly, attending BlogHer 12 with my partner in crime Darlynn. We are so excited for the things we will learn, which I will post about in two weeks. But until then, you get to hear a little about our agenda! Today is all about the food. ...more
Are you a compassionate person? I thought I was until I read an article about one man's observations of human behavior from one city to another.
In the first setting, he and his father come upon a homeless man while walking in the city and observes how people respond to the man's predicament. Every person who came upon this man pretended as thought he was invisible. Even his own father observed that whatever happened to this man was was unfortunate, adding that "he just needs to sleep it off".