Top rated Texas Dj and Producer, Eliel Arrey, finally releases the highly anticipated mix "Night in Stockholm." This track was first played in Dallas, TX. last fall by Eliel Arrey and it caught the ears of all those in the room. With sweet melodic echoes and chimes, this tunes gives every listener a walk through of rainy club night in Stockholm, Sweden. Eliel Arrey, Dallas, TX native, recreates one of the most beautiful and uplifting melodies of Swedish house music. Eliel Arrey states he drew his inspiration from Swedish artists like Axwell, Avicii, Eric Prydz, Swedish House Mafia, and John de Sohn, during the mixing of "Night in Stockholm." This melody is a must grab for all lovers of Swedish house music. There is one word to describe "Night in Stockholm"...epic.
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Sunset Love (Original Mix)
New single by Eliel Arrey in stores worldwide today. As you enjoy this wonderful period of Christmas with your family, R&B superstar Eddie B and myself will like to dedicate this song to you and that special someone.
Check out the hit single in stores today!
Available on: iTunes , Amazon , Beatport , DjTunes , Spotify , Xbox Music, and 700+ stores.
Have a wonderful, joyous, and white Christmas from EA Music group.
Love you all.
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I know many people have been wondering when I decided to enter the music industry. Others have sent me emails asking, "why music?" Some have even wondered if I'm planning on dropping out of medical school.
Well, here is my official response to all of this: I have always been a lover of music, especially Dance music. I love being a Dj and making mixes, and now I have just decided to publish some of my mixes under the label Mondo Tunes. I do not know how to play any major instruments. I dabble on the keyboard at best, but the power of midi is what makes digital music so dynamic. I love music, and I have a deep appreciation for the creativity of all artist in music across all genres. I have been inspired by artists such as Avicii, David Guetta, Hardwell, Tiesto, and Skrillex. It is my dream to continue doing this part time and someday collaborate with some of these guys. I hope that my music will resonate amongst everyone who loves Dance/House/Electro music. My latest releases worldwide have been Dancing in the Stars, Dallas TX, and Sunset Love (feat. Eddy B).
I have other amazing projects and remix EP's still in the works to be released at the top of the year, so stay tuned.
Where can you find my music? Everywhere. I am on beatport, iTunes, Amazon, etc. Over 750+ stores carry my work.
I am very open to your comments and responses to any of my work, so do not hesitate to send me your comments. If you are an artist or lover of music and would love to collaborate in the future, please do not hesitate to shoot me an email.
Is Human Sexuality purely instinctive or learned? Do Social Norms and Values Influence Sexual Conduct?
This was the Social Scientific question of the month for my Marital and Sexual Lifestyles class.
Here is my submitted response, I thought this would make a great Blog addition to a pre-health site so feel free to comment on this everyone.
The 'striking' conclusion after numerous studies of human societies worldwide and
animal behavior is "every human society regulates the sexual behavior of its
members" (Linda Rouse, pg. 9). The term 'striking' was most appropriate since
human sexuality has always been generalized as the product of an individual's
experiences and also as their identity. In other cases human sexuality has been
concluded as being instinctive or as a biological intuition (an ability
predetermined by genes). However, we now learn that specific norms and values
govern sexual behavior and "it is in our interactions with others that we learn
sexual behavior and our feelings about sex" (Rouse, pg. 9).
Anthropologists such as Clellan Ford, Frank Beach, and Ian Robertson provide enlightening
insight about human sexuality worldwide. Robertson's extensive cross-cultural
analysis shows how the "interplay between biological potentials and cultural
norms produce extraordinarily diverse kinds of sexual conducts" (Rouse, pg.11).
Robertson noted the variance in sexual conduct from several cultures around the
world, each culture having a different sexual norm than the other. Showing
clearly that human sexuality cannot be studied and understood with the least
degree of ethnocentrism as "sexual behavior is learned through socialization
and [conformity] to the prevailing norms in a given society" (Rouse, pg. 9).
Ford and Beach published a report in 1951 showing not only how culture mediates
sexuality, but also how "sexuality is patterned by learning" with the human
brain playing a pivotal role (Rouse, pg.
Psychologist Harry Harlow hypothesized that if behaviors such as mating or rearing offspring
were instinctive then an animal in isolation should exhibit all of these habits
without having to have learned or observed them. Harlow experimented on rhesus
monkeys and his results showed otherwise. The male monkeys reared in isolation
lack effective copulation abilities and females raised in isolation (and later
had offspring) did not show 'normal' mothering behaviors. Linda Rouse states
that Harlow's experimental results give good grounds for skepticism about the
notion of human sexuality being completely biological. And I concur. From an
evolutionary perspective it can be inferred that the same would apply to humans
reared in isolation since all primates (humans, monkeys, apes, etc.) share a
distant common evolutionary ancestor. Research conducted by behavioral
ecologist also confirms a great deal of synapomorphies (shared derived traits)
between all primates. Hence, Harlow's results provide strong supporting
implications on human sexuality as a learned and society influence trait than a
purely instinctive ability.
Rouse, L. (2002). Marital and Sexual Lifestyles in the United States: Attitudes, Behaviors, and Relationships in Social Context. Arlington, TX: Haworth Clinical Practice Press, 2002
The number of applicants applying for the first time to U.S. medical schools reached an all-time high this year, according to data released Monday by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). The number of first-timers grew by 2.6% from 2010 to 2011 to reach a total of 32,654 applicants.
The number of total med school applicants (including those who have applied in previous years) increased by 2.8% to 43,919 people applying for just over 19,000 open slots.
In addition to total applications, total enrollment in medical schools also increased -- by 3% since last year -- and there were 19,230 students who entered medical school in 2011, according to the AAMC.
"We are very pleased that medicine continues to be an attractive career choice at a time when our health care system faces many challenges, including a growing need for doctors coupled with a serious physician shortage in the near future," Darrel Kirch, MD, AAMC president and CEO, said in a press release.
This year also was a record-setter for minority applicants, Kirch told reporters in a Monday morning press call.
The increase in minority applicants was most pronounced among Hispanic/Latino applicants, as was the case last year. Medical school applications from Hispanics/Latinos increased by 5.8% since last year, and enrollment increased by roughly the same percentage.
The number of African-American applicants also increased this year -- by 4.8% -- following a decline in black applicants last year.
Asian-American applicants increased by 3.8%.
There was, however, a drop in applications received from American Indians, a group that already is way underrepresented in medical schools. In 2010, there were 200 American Indian medical school applicants and in 2011, there were nine fewer. There were just 157 American Indians who enrolled in medical school in 2011, down from 191 last year.
The majority (62%) of medical school applicants are white and the majority (66%) of people who enrolled in medical school in 2011 were white.
The percentage of male applicants remained slightly higher in 2011 compared with female applicants -- 51% compared to 49%. There was a slightly larger discrepancy among male versus female medical school enrollees -- 53% of medical school enrollees in 2011 were men, and 47% were women.
Applicants continue to have good credentials, according to the AAMC. The average applicant has a GPA of 3.5 and an MCAT score of 29.
There has been a more than 16% increase in enrollment in medical schools since 2002. In 2006, the AAMC called for a 30% increase from 2002 level in enrollment in medical school in order to alleviate future doctor shortages, which the group expects to reach 90,000 by 2020. The AAMC said current projections indicate that medical schools are on target to reach the 30% benchmark by 2017.
While the steady increase in medical school applications and enrollment is encouraging, there are won't be enough residency slots for medical school students to do their training at teaching hospitals unless the number of slots is increased, Kirsch told reporters in a Monday morning call.
"We need to continue and grow the support Medicare provides for residency training," Kirch said. "If there's an absence in residency programs, they won't go out and become totally trained doctors."
The AAMC has called on Congress to overturn a 1997 law that put a freeze on Medicare-funded residency positions.
Article By Emily P. Walker, Washington Correspondent, MedPage Today
Article Link: http://www.medpagetoday.com/PublicHealthPolicy/MedicalEducation/29229
So since I do not give out answers to quizzes and exams taken in SI sessions, I get emails and lots of questions about certain
topics covered in SI. Well I am now pleased to announce that our Biology 1441 class now has its own SI Forum.
click HERE for SI FORUM
On this forum, students will have to join the Get More Out of College Forum
Created by Eliel Arrey and will be able to ask questions about specific parts of any test or quiz to their peers.
Other students who know the answer or have similar questions can then share responses freely.
Hope this new addition makes getting answers to questions easier and increases opportunities
On behalf of the Eliel Arrey Team, I would like to welcome all the returning students and tutors to another great academic year. This year we plan on adding more classes and more material to support your science needs more than we ever have. Over the summer we were able to expand our service parameters to more classes and adopt new technology to better our delivery. More professors have recognized our efforts and are recommending us to more students. We are very pleased to be able to do such non-profit work. Our joy is great and our satisfaction is full, but there is still much more work to be done on our part.
Currently we are expanding our servers to support the volume, hence at this time new students are unable to subscribe to receive our free elite member services (more practice tests, mp3s, videos, etc). However, it is projected that by September 20th, our servers will be all up and running for new member sign ups. We are expecting over 1000 new members between September 20 and November 2nd. Please be patient with us and we do apologize for this delay.
Thank you for using our services.
So we have been getting a lot of emails about our newly posted Medical School Admission Guide online.
And since most of the students that use this website are pre-medical students at different levels
of their educational career, we want to help them get a copy of this guide book ASAP. In order words,
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Questions requested by students for further review of material on S.I. practice exam.
Question# 10 on (mini exam 40,41)
10) A mouse uses ______ energy per kilogram of body weight compared to an elephant, therefore in smaller animals the rate of energy use per cell is _______ than that in larger animals.
B) less, greater
C) less, less
D) more, less
E) more, greater
the correct answer is E.
smaller organisms use more energy per kilogram of body weight unlike larger organisms.
Hence, smaller organisms use greater energy per individual cell than larger organisms.
Reasons being because they have less cells to perform the same metabolic duties a
larger organism performs. For example, not all your cells are directly involved in digestion. Right?
You have specialized organs (ex stomach, liver, etc) that perform that action.
A smaller or single celled organism has just one cell (or a few) that perform all their actions (reproduction,
digestion, etc) so the cellular metabolic energy usage and production will be higher than that of a larger
Hope that works, let me know
if I can help some more.
Question # 27 (from S.I. Exam review)
27) Ventricular tachycardia (v tach) is a dangerous condition of elevated heart rate, about 200 beats per minute. Which of the following best explains why v tach is such a deathly condition if normal rhythm is not quickly restored?
A) The heart fills with blood during systole, so faster heart beat means less time there is for blood to enter the heart. A faster heart beat means diminishing returns in terms of amount of blood supplied to the body.
B) Damage to the SA node comes with aging, hence the v tach condition can only be found in the older population.
C) During period of rest or exercise the autonomic nervous system controls heart rate. Hence a v tach syndrome is due to a nervous disorder.
D) The v tach condition is evidence of cardiac input disorder.
E) The heart fills with blood during diastole, so faster heart beat means less time there is for blood to enter the heart. A heart with v tach cannot properly fill with blood and paradoxically stops pumping blood.
the correct answer is E.
Why is A not correct? Faster heart beat means diminishing returns in terms of blood....that is all correct, except that blood does not enter the heart during systole.
Question # 35 from S.I. Exam 2 review
35) A sphygmomanometers measure the gauge pressure in the systemic circulation, which is the pressure above atmospheric pressure (760 mmHg at sea level). At what component of the circulatory circuit would one expect to detect the largest drop in blood pressure?
The correct answer is E.
If you can recall blood pressure is highest in
arteries right. And it is lowest in the capillaries.
Hence that high blood pressure leaving the aorta
undergoes its largest drop when it reaches the arterioles,
so that by the time it gets to the capillaries, its blood
pressure is lowest, allowing for exchange of substances.
Questions # 26 - 32 (from S.I. practice exam)
The mechanism of Antimicrobial burst.
Usually, since an antimicrobial burst is an
innate ability, it is triggered in anticipation
of infection. When the epithelial cells of
the skin are damaged during a sporting
event by bruises, or something of that
It's triggered similar to how the blood clot
mechanism works. Usually spontaneous when
blood pressure seems to drop around a
particular superficial vein/vessel.
Hope this helped.
Questions #8, 22, 39 & 43 from S.I. exam 2 review
8. which of the following have influence on metabolic rate.
E. all of the above
22. HIV pt. w/o T-lymphocytes, would be most susceptible to A. Viral infections
B. to bacterial infections? I remember Pneumonia and TB (viral and bacterial)?
A, viral infections. T-cells are vital for protection against viral infections, while B cells which are much larger and cannot cross the cell membrane generally fight bacterial infections.
39. osmotic pressure on venous side of capillary beds drops below hydrostatic pressure-
C. the pH of the interstitial fluids increase????
B, fluids will tend to accumulate.
Osmotic pressure higher than hydrostatic pressure on the venous side is what allows for substances to diffuse across blood plasma into interstitial fluids. Whenever osmotic pressure drops lower than hydrostatic pressure at the venous end of capillary beds, fluids don't diffuse enough across and tends to coagulate blood returning to the heart. Clinically diagnosed as pulmonary thromboembolism.
43. Compared with the interstitial fluid that bathes active muscle cells, blood reaching these cells in arteries has a
B. higher PCO2?
A, higher PO2 (partial pressure of oxygen). Muscles part of systemic system, so arteries taken blood to these muscles has a higher partial pressure of oxygen versus Carbon dioxide.
Quickly there are a lot of myths about the medical school admission process. Lets just get some of them exposed so that we can make sure we're all on the same page. :)
COMMON MYTHS ABOUT MEDICAL SCHOOL ADMISSION by the MedicalSchoolAdmissionGuide.com
Myth # 1: I need perfect undergraduate grades and a very high MCAT score to get into medical school.
Myth # 2: Medical schools prefer students who are right out of college. An admission committee will not take my life experience into account.
Myth # 3: Only applicants who attend a "big" school get accepted into medical school.
Myth # 4: The most important part of the application process is my grades.
Myth # 5: Medical school admission committees have a set standard for accepting an applicant.
Myth # 6: The admission criteria for most medical schools is publicly available.
The good news? ALL OF THESE MYTHS ARE FALSE.
Recently we have added the Extra Mile service and in that we discuss the real 'reality' of the medical school admission process.
Click here to go to that part of our website.