How to survive medical school

The American Medical College Application Service® (AMCAS®) is the AAMC’s centralized medical school application processing service. Most U.S. medical schools use AMCAS as the primary application method for their first-year entering classes. New section New section New section 2022 AMCAS® Updates and FAQs 2022 Cycle Update The AAMC has been working closely with the medical… Continue reading How to survive medical school

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How to fold a napkin

Know when to wrap ’em, when to twist ’em up, and when to go for fun. We’re talking about napkins, of course. They’re the easiest, most elegant way to dress up your place settings—and they add a big serving of personality to your table, too. To inspire you, we present over a dozen ways to… Continue reading How to fold a napkin

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How to make a jelly bag

This article was co-authored by Robert Dhir, MD. Dr. Robert Dhir is a board certified Urologist, Urological Surgeon, and the Founder of HTX Urology in Houston, Texas. With over 10 years of experience, Dr. Dhir’s expertise includes minimally-invasive treatments for enlarged prostate (UroLift), kidney stone disease, surgical management of urological cancers, and men’s health (erectile… Continue reading How to make a jelly bag

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How to do a knockdown texture

Perk up underwhelming walls and ceilings with one of three popular, DIY-friendly dimensional looks. By Manasa Reddigari and Bob Vila | Updated Sep 25, 2020 10:49 AM The knockdown drywall finish, an early 1990s successor to popcorn and orange peel textures, has remained a hit with homeowners for its impressive appearance and practicality. The look… Continue reading How to do a knockdown texture

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How to read tarot cards

All products featured on Allure are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Tarot is one of the most popular divination practices, and though occultists have been drawing the allegorical cards for centuries, illustrated decks are now popping up all over. The… Continue reading How to read tarot cards

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How to make tea sandwiches

Who doesn’t love a tea party? Whether you’re meeting for some girl time, or your tea party has a purpose, like a bridal shower, you’ll need to start off your tea party menu with some delicious finger sandwiches. What is a Finger Sandwich? Finger sandwiches, or tea sandwiches, are small, savory bites served as the… Continue reading How to make tea sandwiches

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How to know what essential kid gear is if you’re a girl

Kids are naturally stinky, but there are some cases where an early funk might be a cause for parental concern. EMAIL SHARE Parents who regularly notice their young child’s body odor and can’t point to an obvious cause might have reason to be concerned. Body odor in children is normal starting with early puberty, which… Continue reading How to know what essential kid gear is if you’re a girl

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How to tell if a pineapple is ripe

Pineapples don’t want to help you. They’re covered in spikes. Their leaves are kind of sharp. Their skin is thick. You could say that pineapples are. aggressively introverted. Knowing anything about the fruit, let alone how to tell if a pineapple is ripe, seems like a doomed endeavor from the start. But inside, it’s a… Continue reading How to tell if a pineapple is ripe

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