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    Surgery or Acupuncture ? Antibiotics or Herbs ? BOTH ARE BETTER. More and more M.D.s are mixing Alternative Medicine and New Science to treat everything from the common cold to heart diseasẹ While Western techniques are clearly better at dealing with trauma and bacterial infection, the Ancient Medicine is more successful with chronic diseases such as asthma. The combination of Ancient Medicine with Western science provides better healing solutions for people looking for good health.


    Alternative offers many advantages and can be used safely on its own or as a complement to Western pharmaceuticals. The most significant advantages of the TCM approach are:

    Thousands of years of classification, testing, and refinement of herbal formulas.
    Few, and often no side-effects due to natural ingredients.
    Individualized treatment
    No chemical residues, unlike many Western pharmaceuticals.
    Treats the why (from the root), not the what (from the symptoms).
    Rejuvenates the body's organs to correct symptoms at their root causes.
    Revitalizes the body's natural immune system.
    Long-term results.

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    Alternative medicine have been done to prove whether the treatments are effective (unlike traditional medicine, which relies heavily on studies). Rather, most alternative therapies are based on long-standing practice and word-of-mouth stories of success.

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    Alternative therapy is frequently distinguished by its holistic methods, which means that the doctor or practitioner treats the "whole" person and not just the disease or condition. In alternative medicine, many practitioners address patients' emotional and spiritual needs as well. This "high touch" approach differs from the "high tech" practice of traditional medicine, which tends to concentrate on the physical side of illness.

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    Alternative medical systems include acupuncture, the practice of stimulating points on the body (usually with a needle) to promote healing; traditional Oriental medicine, which focuses on diagnosing disturbances of energy in the body; homeopathy, treating health problems with very diluted substances

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    It feels wonderful to make an intellectual leap and manage to land feet-first with a convincing conclusion--one that may be of great value to persons in need. Indeed, the medical profession uniquely integrates my passion for science with my desire to help others. For me, a medical career offers boundless opportunities; unlike any other profession, it wholly captures my intellectual yearnings and humanistic principles.

    In medicine, I have found a career that will engage my interests and fulfill me. By going to college and studying the sciences extensively, I will be able to offer something innovative to medical research--and, perhaps, help society obtain the miracle cure.

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    I am fascinated with dentistry because I love to network and build computers.

    If I spoke these words aloud, many people would scratch their heads and appear confused. At first glance, this statement appears absurd. On a closer look, however, it makes perfect sense.

    When I work on computers, I must operate within a tiny space inside a computer cache, taking extreme care to avoid damaging the delicate equipment. As a dentist, I will also perform my duties within the smallest of spaces, using tiny instruments on fragile surfaces.

    Of course, there is a crucial distinction between building a computer and providing dental care. While both fields allow me to employ my manual skills, only one has the significant interpersonal component that I seek in a career. While I am grateful to the computer technician who corrects glitches in my operating system, I have far more gratitude to the orthodontist who straightened my teeth as a child.

    To glimpse the daily duties of a dentist, I spent this summer actively acquiring work experience in several branches of dentistry. For one month, I shadowed two dentists in general practice, both offering NHS and private treatment. I learnt to make dentures by working with my orthodontist for two weeks and spent several days observing activity at Orpington's Oral and Maxillofacial department. I also attended dental lectures in a Medisix course held at Nottingham University.

    These experiences further convinced me that dentistry is the profession that correctly combines my mechanical aptitude with my desire for interpersonal interaction. Observing each dentist, I concluded that a common thread of skills united them all, regardless of their speciality: each dentist worked well on a team, exercised strong leadership skills and possessed the ability to communicate clearly and precisely.

    Through my volunteer activities, I have learned to connect with people from a variety of ages and social backgrounds. Volunteering at a primary school, I used a soothing tone and simple vocabulary to put children at ease. While working at a home for disabled adults, I learned to gauge the emotional state of each resident and tailor my conversational style and content appropriately. For example, I discovered that thorough explanations often quelled the anxiety of those who appeared nervous about a medical or personal situation.

    Having attained three gold certificates in the National Mathematics Challenge, I have the academic mettle to handle this demanding course. I also possess the flexible mind required to adapt to new advances in the field. Whether earning a bronze medal in a national competition as a brown belt in karate or playing cricket for my sports team, I have readily embraced and excelled at new challenges.

    Discussions with undergraduate dental students have only reinforced my decision to pursue dentistry. I embrace the opportunity to put my communication, academic and mechanical skills to use as I work to maintain the oral health of my patients.

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    What are the reasons you are pursuing an MBA program?

    Whenever I have set a goal in life, my mind has always drifted to the example set by Lester Wunderman. Growing up poor amidst the Great Depression, he went on to become a marketing mastermind, responsible for innovative direct media techniques such as the insert card and 'Gold Box'.

    Wunderman was never content to accept setbacks. When faced with a struggle, I have always sought to emulate him by emerging from obstacles--not with a sense of defeat--but with a renewed sense of determination and greater problem-solving skills.

    While at school, I underwent a two-day hospital procedure that caused me to miss a considerable amount of class; as a result, I fell behind in my studies and faced extensive makeup work. I quickly made a vow, however, not to allow my schoolwork to suffer. By spending many hours on my academics even while rebuilding my physical health, I continued to excel in school, achieving straight A grades in my GCSE's.

    After graduation, I decided to gain exposure to the insurance field, taking a position at Norwich Union Insurance. As a sales advisor, I primarily generated insurance quotes. After one year, I craved greater challenge, deciding to look for new opportunities. Transferring to the travel section, I assumed the position of Travel Executive, during which I performed many customer service tasks and managed the distribution of insurance certificates.

    Yet, I still yearned for more challenge, more risk and more opportunity. After two years of service at Norwich Union, I decided to enter the perpetually stimulating field of business. However, I wanted to pursue a business career after gaining a thorough mastery of the subject matter; therefore, I needed a university degree.

    In June 2002, after much hard work and intense focus, I graduated with Honours, achieving a first class degree. After six months in a graduate Management Trainee position, I knew that I wanted to perfect my knowledge; an MBA would impart essential skills such as account analysis, stock valuing, and a sound understanding of finance.

    During 2003, I immersed myself in thorough preparations for business school, learning to write business plans, model businesses and carry out statistical tests. Through my self-directed study and experience in the Management position, I'm thoroughly familiar with the concepts behind strategy, marketing and operations. I now wish to expand my proficiency in these areas on the MBA program.

    While an academic record can reveal much about a person's character, illustrating traits such as discipline, determination, and responsibility, it does not provide the complete picture. Namely, grades and scores cannot detail lessons learned, challenges met and victories achieved. Throughout my life, I have always sought greater intellectual stimulation, and this search has typically entailed abandonment of the familiar to pursue the unknown. In my business pursuits, I will continue to adopt this risk-taking approach and will not rest until I reach my maximum level of accomplishment. By adopting the constructive, determined approach of business wizards such as Wunderman, I have a much better chance of getting there.


    What do you hope to achieve in the future?

    When I envision my life five years from now, I imagine two possible scenarios. In the first, I am standing in front of a boardroom of a profitable company, assisting executives in solving a central challenge to their company's maximum functioning. The other image could not be more different: in this vision, I am working to my bolster my own fledgling business.

    Whichever route I ultimately pursue, an MBA will endow me with the broad business acumen to address the specific issues encountered in a broad range of positions. Particularly, an MBA from Manchester Business School will give me the practical experience to complement the thorough academic education I will receive. With its tutorial system, Manchester will continuously force me to abandon the passive process of absorbing knowledge in favour of the dynamic approach of constantly challenging my tutor's assumptions.

    At Manchester, I will push my tutors as hard as they push me. In return, they will provide avenues for me to challenge my own assumptions and thoroughly analyse revered business principles before accepting them as fact. In this multi-disciplinary environment, I will find the continual stimulation in which I will thrive. My risk-taking nature and my pursuit of continual challenges carried me through my first degree, and I plan to bring these traits with me as I study in my new business environment.

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    [color=brown][size=24]Ciara is BACK.......+_+[/size][/color]

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    Mom's sick, she say she cant get up.
    My little brother is getting hungry.
    I must go to the village and ask for some food, would you help me?
    -Sure Connie, I'll help ya.
    -I always feel good when you're with me.
    -You're my friend Connie.
    -Are you always gonna be there when I grow up, are you?
    -Cross my heart.

    Don't you forget about me, don't you forget about me.
    We were soft and young, in a world of innocence.
    Don't you forget about me, don't you forget all of our dreams.
    Now you've gone away, only emptiness remains.

    -I always feel good when you're with me.
    -You're my friend Connie.
    -Are you always gonna be there when I grow up, are you?

    Don't you forget about me, don't you forget about me.
    We were soft and young, in a world of innocence.
    Don't you forget about me, don't you forget all of our dreams.
    Now you've gone away, only emptiness remains.
    Don't you forget about me, don't you forget about me.
    Don't you forget about me, don't you forget about me.
    We were soft and young, in a world of innocence.
    Don't you forget about me, don't you forget all of our dreams.
    Now you've gone away, only emptiness remains.
    Don't you forget about me.
    We were soft and young, in a world of innocence.
    Don't you forget about me.
    Don't you forget about me.

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    I can't sleep at night
    Staring at the phone
    Knowing you are not alone
    She is right there by your side
    I'm trying just to hide
    All the things I feel inside

    I can sense the chemestry
    When you're standing close to me
    I feel like a ship
    That's lost at sea

    It's getting harder to ignore
    It's not like anything before
    I know it's crazy baby,
    But I want more

    I wish I could be close to you
    And feel your every move
    I never ment to feel this way
    And maybe you will come around one day

    I wish I could be close to you
    And feel your every touch
    Cause this scar won't heal
    The way I feel
    Heaven knows I've wanted it so much ....


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