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Career Path by Mind Map: Career Path

1. Possible Research Topics: There are several topics while working in the medical field, I can possibly focus on any researches, such as working with pediatric skincare, any blood disorders, and the pros and cons of getting shots.

1.1. Pediatric Skincare:

1.1.1. Acne: This is the most common skin condition having dead hair follicles including are filled with oil and dirt, with dead skin cells. This leads to pimples, and blackheads. All of get this but sometimes, people can be in the worst condition with their skin. Eczema: This is when your skin feels really dry and have inflammation. This is basically a skin rash, having red skin. It occurs anywhere, such as your face, arms and legs Atopic Dermatitis: This is also another name for eczema. Appearing in your childhood, if this is a common condition throughout your familiy history and this can spread around your legs, or around, behind your knees.

1.2. Blood Disorders:

1.2.1. Thalassemia: This is a blood disorder I have myself. This is a blood disorder involving less red blood cells and less oxygen (hemoglobin) than normal people. There is alpha, which is severe, and beta which is less harmful. Symptoms can be anemia, which I had, shortness of breath, extremely tired or exhausted (fatigue), weakness and paleness. Anemia: This is a blood condition where the blood cells do not have enough healthy red blood cells. This was also an affect that I had since I do have thalassemia, which I had to treated going to hospitals. Having anemia, you lack lots of red blood cells, and this can also reduce the amount of oxygen flow through your body and its organs. Hemolytic Disease Of The Newborn: This is a blood disorder hat happens to the fetus or new infant, which can be life threatening. The red blood cells in a newborn are kept for about 120 days. In this case, the red blood cells in the newborn, are eventually destroyed much earlier than normal. This can happen of course during a pregnancy, having the mother's blood and the fetus's blood to cross each other, through the placenta. This can happen if the mother and the fetus have different blood types.

1.3. Immunization:

1.3.1. Getting a vaccination, or a shot is sometimes questionable, especially for parents who are having their kid take either a flu shot, and more. There are always a debate on whether parents do believe if this is safe, or it could cause a harmful reaction to them. Pros Of A Vaccination: Parents, or guardians would think it is reasonable to have their kid getting a vaccine. For example, this can save children's lives. This helps from any diseases prevented from happening. In most vaccination, the ingredients used in vaccines tend to be safe for us. Children are more exposed to germs and bacteria than they are to vaccines. Along the line, there are any rare reactions when getting vaccinated, major medical organizations do state that this is also safe. Cons Of A Vaccination: On the other hand, parents and or guardians believe that they can have their child at risk for taking vaccination. For example, these vaccines can cause fatal side affects. This can cause a life-threatening allergic reaction. This can occur some type of blockage to hospitalization, or permanent brain damage. The government should not intervene with personal medical choices such as vaccines, because they do not want to be responsible in taking for a parent's child's health.

2. Internship Opportunities: Lexington Pediatrics & Acton Medical

2.1. Lexington Pediatrics is to provide pediatric health care for our families. Regardless of any sex, age, race. Lexington pediatrics also are connected to Harvard Medical School and affiliated with Boston Children's Hospital.

2.2. Acton Medical Associates have a high quality primary care to all children and adults. They provide urgent care, pediatric and adolescent medicine, allergy clinic, behavior health and more.

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4. A career I choose to have in he future would be in the medical field. Specifically to become a primary care doctor.

5. A form of education you need would enter the medical field would to have at least a Doctoral Degree or a Professional Degree. Flexible hours working would be working about 8-9 hours

5.1. Education: You would need a Doctoral Degree or a Professional Degree. Hour(s): Hours of working for about 8-9hrs Experience Required: A residency program. You would need to pass a Standardized National Licensure Exam. Salary: You would be, on average of about each year, paid about $187,200

6. Interests I Have Working In The Medical Field:

6.1. My interest in working around the medical field, or becoming a primary care doctor, is because I would want to help and all children and adults with their care and health. I would want to help prevent any future illnesses or diseases for them, and also having trust in me as their primary care if they have any issues. I would want to work around this field, having an inspiration from my own doctor, that does a good job, for being my doctor, who is also a Medical Director.