it is true that amrita roa has twin sister?
umm i dont think she has a twin sister
Depends on the type of scale you're using, but regardless there should be some tips to follow. Stand up straight, with all of your weight over the scale, both feet on the scale. (If both of your feet are on the scale it shouldn't really matter how you stand, gravity will pull your weight down onto the scale and the scale will measure your weight.) Don't hold on to anything or support your weight on any external object. Also, make sure that the scale is on a firm, flat surface. A lino floor or cement floor would be the best. If you're using a hospital type scale, (the type will the little weights across a bar that you have to slide over to get a correct measurement) make sure that you stand still. Any movement will cause the balance to move and make correct weight measurement very difficult.
One possible reason for being dizzy and having shortness of breathfollowing meals isPostural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS). People who have POTS often experience these symptoms during digestion. Other symptoms include a poor memory and digestive problems such as irritable bowel syndrome. The following website offers information about the Tilt Table Test that can beused in the diagnosis of this syndrome. http://www.childrenheartinstitute.org/educate/eduhome.htm
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Yes, it is currently one of the more competitive fields to enter after medical school. It requires good grades in medical school as well as very high scores on the board exams that medical students have to take. Hope this helps! Dr. B. Come to Canada! We could use a lot more in Dermatology. If you want to remain in the U.S., then look at other options. One part of the Medical system (doctors are short in this) is Geriatrics (working with the elderly) because many med students don't feel it's a challenging enough job and we have a famous doctor in Canada who is teaching students that want to become doctors that indeed it's not only a great job, but rewarding. The idea of the elderly is that some of the young going into be a doctor will think "Oh well, they're just dying anyway." Ask any Coroner and they can tell you that you can learn more from the dead than the living. You could perhaps go into the scientific studies of Dermatology. Ask around and find out what your options are.