Covering my Bootay
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In the Past
Monthly Archives: September 2011
What do veterinary surgery, Celtic mythology, and paragliding have in common? Why, our newest contributor, Catruth, of course! Catruth is a veterinary surgeon who qualified in 2006. She currently works in a small mixed practice in the West of Scotland, … Continue reading
Ever wonder what makes us human? Some people point to self-awareness and intelligence.Â Dolphins might get a chuckle out of that one. Â Some people think that it’s our DNA.Yet scientists estimate that 5-8% of the human genome is composed of … Continue reading
Our new collaborators: Kasey Mackenzie KaseyÂ Mackenzie is a published author and certified paralegal with over 10 years of experience in the legal field, most recently working for a large, multi-practice law firm in St. Louis, Missouri. She possesses a Masterâ€™s … Continue reading