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  1. Daniela on said:

    I’m hoping this will work well. I’m interested in getting a head start in Physiology study before the semester begins. I’ve taken both Anatomy and Microbiology and got A’s in both classes. However, I hear that Physiology is quite challenging and would like all the help I can get in order to get that A. I’m working toward Med School and need a good GPA.

    • Margaret Reece, PhDMargaret Reece, PhD on said:

      Hello Daniela, I have an Kindle e-book coming out on Amazon the first week of January that may be a good place for you to start. The title is “Physiology: Custom-Designed Chemistry”. Amazon allows me 5 days in which I can give this small book, about 100 print pages, away. I will set those free days for Saturday, January 5 through Wednesday, January 9. Only the Kindle version is ready right now, but Kindle books can be read on tablets, PCs, Macs, iphones, etc. The Kindle reader for devices other than a Kindle is available as a free download at Amazon.com Best of luck with your course. If you have questions that I may help you with please send me an email at DocReece@medicalsciencenavigator.com

  2. I’m curious to find out what blog system you’re using? I’m having
    some small security issues with my latest blog and I would like to find something
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    • Margaret Reece, PhDMargaret Reece, PhD on said:

      This blog is running on WordPress.org and is hosted on a commercial server. WordPress is pretty secure and there are free plugins available through WordPress to enhance its security.

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