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... portable shrines made their appearance. My understanding is that each neighborhood shrine has a float. Some of the families and neighbors that utilize that shrine form a team to pull and push the shrine through the streets of the city. Some of the shrines were pulled at a very leisurely pace while other teams would do brief sprints causing the shrine to rush by. Drums, flutes and encouraging chants filled the air as each shrine passed. ...
Today we visited the Great Buddha (Kotokuin Temple) of Kumakura. It's a huge Buddha statue which was truly a sight to see. We were able to go inside for an extra 20 yen (about 20 cents). Well worth it. After that we went to see the Mikasa, a Japanese battle ship that fought in the Russian-Japanese war. Then it was off to have Navy curry. This curry was created to satisfy the food cravings of the British sailors. Then it stuck and is very popular in Japan. ...
... this one and deemed it the best for her guests. We are happy she did so much research because the ramen was excellent. The restaurant was very small, about 10 seats at the eating bar which overlooked the kitchen. You could really see how they were preparing your food. It was all part of the experience. Next we went to Harumi and Isao's house. They live in a very nice residential area with lots of hills and narrow windy roads. It ...
... should make it easier for patients to learn to see a primary care physician first, who are better suited to handle elderly patients with multiple problems. Palliative care is also a new development. I have learned that the discussion needs to be introduced as early as possible. This is more complicated for patients with heart failure or COPD who will often be under specialists for a long time before coming to home care. These ...
... I think I could really enjoy being a GP if I actually had enough time to look after people, which is why I have gravitated towards general specialities with smaller populations.
I am sure I am not the only one who feels this way. The doctor I shadowed on my first day worked a few years as a cardiac surgeon before becoming frustrated with the lack of time and empathy and transferring into home care. The only people attracted ...
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