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Monday, April 15

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    Heya :D
    My name is Lacey Barkhurst.
    Five Fun Facts ?
    1.) I love marine-biology !
    (Ask me something random about a marine mammal, I'll lecture you for way longer then you think.)
    2.) I have a 7 year old sister named Zoe, and a 21 year old sister named Ariel.
    3.) I'm a gymnast, and have broken 10 bones in all.
    4.) My favorite band is The Eagles.
    5.) My best friend lives in New Jersey.
    (We still remain closer then most people who live in the same city.)
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    Three Possible Career Choices?
    - I'm thinking about being an EMT while I'm in college to gain experience.
    HS diploma or GED --> Completion of program application --> Complete CCCCD reading & mathematics assessment tests --> Become certified with the American Heart Association CPR for a health care provider, or Red Cross CPR for the professional rescuer --> Make sure to be 18 or older --> EMT
    - Marine Mammal Veterinarian, because I love marine biology, and all marine animals.
    Researching about them, and learning different and new things is way too much fun for me. :)
    HS DIploma (4 yrs.) --> College Grad (4 yrs. Taking care of Pre-Vet requirements) --> Go to a Vet. School (Either specializing in exotic animals, or Interning at a Marine Mammal Institution) --> Look for an Internship dealing with Marine/Exotic Animals --> Get an advanced degree --> Marine Mammal Vet.
    - I would also like to look in to Physical Therapy, because I love working with people, as well as animals.
    HS DIploma (4 yrs.) --> College Grad (4 yrs.) --> An advanced degree from an accredited institution (Depends on degree, Most likely Masters) --> Pass a national standardized test --> Physical Therapist.
    The college I am interested in: http://www.tamug.edu/ - A&M at Galveston
    Marine Mammal Trainer/Vet: http://www.imata.org/cms.php?13 - IMATA (International Marine Trainer Assoc.)

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Thursday, October 1

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    How is it spread?
    Scabies is spread through person to person contact- skin to skin contact,but it is very hard to catch Scabies through shaking hands or hanging up a coat next to someone that does have it, or even sharing clothes. A simple hug though is enough to catch this diease. The most common form of transmission is through sexual physical contact, which is the more common in sexually active young adults.
    What are the symptoms and
    RESOURCES
    http://www.medicinenet.com/scabies/article.htm
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    How is it spread?
    Scabies is spread through person to person contact- skin to skin contact,but it is very hard to catch Scabies through shaking hands or hanging up a coat next to someone that does have it, or even sharing clothes. A simple hug though is enough to catch this diease. The most common form of transmission is through sexual physical contact, which is the more common in sexually active young adults.
    RESOURCES
    http://www.medicinenet.com/scabies/article.htm
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Tuesday, September 29

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    ​ What is Scabies?
    Scabies is a itchy condition that is caused by an itch mite that is called: Sarcoptes scabiei. These mites are eight legged parasites, that are super small, just 1/3 millimeter long, they cannot be seen by the naked eye, only through a microscope.
    Who gets Scabies?
    Anyone can gets Scabies.
    How is it spread?
    Scabies is spread through person to person contact- skin to skin contact,but it is very hard to catch Scabies through shaking hands or hanging up a coat next to someone that does have it, or even sharing clothes. A simple hug though is enough to catch this diease. The most common form of transmission is through sexual physical contact, which is the more common in sexually active young adults.

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    Chlamydia is one of the most common bacterial infection that is transmitted through different types of sexual contact.
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