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Your Questions About East St Louis Mo

April 24, 2013

Betty asks…

What cities have gay districts/neighborhoods? And what ones at least have a few gay businesses?

I live in Chicago and it has Boystown. I know there’s the Castro in San Francisco. What other gay neighborhoods are there? And what are their names? I’m planning on moving.

Administrator answers:

Seattle, WA has Capitol Hill,
Portland, OR has Burnside Triangle,
Sacramento, CA Lavender Heights,
Guerneville, CA has a large gay population throughout the city,
San Francisco, CA has the Castro & Twin Peaks,
Los Angeles, CA has West Hollywood & Silverlake,
Palm Springs, CA has Warm Sands,
Dallas, TX has Oak Lawn,
Austin, TX has the neighborhoods by UT & the Capitol,
Houston, TX has the Montrose,
New Orleans, LA has the French Quarter & Uptown,
Minneapolis, MN has Loring Park,
Chicago, IL has East Lakeview (a/k/a Boystown),
Saugatuck, MI has a large gay population throughout the city,
St. Louis, MO has Central West End & South Grand,
Louisville, KY has Old Louisville & the Cherokee Triangle,
Columbus, OH has Short North,
Boston, MA has South End,
Provincetown, MA has a large gay population throughout the city,
New York, NY has Greenwich Village & Chelsea,
Philadelphia, PA has Washington Square West,
Washington, DC has Dupont Circle,
Atlanta, GA has Midtown & Rennaisance Park,
Miami Beach, FL has South Beach,
& Key West, FL has a large gay population throughout the city.

Daniel asks…

How are baseball and hot dogs linked?

Can somebody link me to a site, or possibly suggest a book that explains how hot dogs coincide with baseball?

Administrator answers:

Around the turn of the century (1900-1910) the hot dog came on the scene in the USA. They were reportedly sold at the 1904 Worlds Fair in St. Louis, MO. Once they figured out that these little sausages could be placed in a bun the hotdog became portable. It also helped that the hotdogs could be cooked easily (steamed, grilled, boiled, etc.). I am not certain which Ballpark first started selling hotdogs to stand, but I am guessing it was on the East Coast, maybe New York. They were a big hit! Easy, portable, inexpensive to produce. What a deal.

Sandy asks…

How do I find a college that has a Nuclear Medicine Tech degree or certificate program in Missouri?

I currently work as a diagnostic x-ray tech but I want to move my career into nuclear medicine. I am relocating to Missouri and struggling to find a college with a Nuclear Medicine program. I’m looking for a certificate program or associates degree program.

If anyone out there knows more about college than I do and could help, I’d appreciate it. Thanks :)

Administrator answers:

School Name: University of Missouri-Columbia
Program Name: Nuclear Medicine Technology Program
Address: 605 Lewis Hall
City: Columbia
State: MO
Zip Code: 65211-0001
Country: USA
Program Director: Glenn Heggie, EdD, RTNM, FCAMRT
Medical Director: Amolak Singh, MD
Phone: (573) 884-7843
Fax: (573) 884-1490
Email: HeggieG@health.missouri.edu
Internet: http://www.umshp.org/shpsite/index.htm
Capacity: 14
Entrance Reqts. 2,3,4
Entrance Requirements:
1=high school;2=some academic courses;
3=RT(R), MT(ASCP), RN;4=baccalaureate degree
Begin: August
Length: 24 Months
Award: Certificate/BS
Tuition: Yes
Stipend: No
Next Review: 2013

School Name: Research Medical Center
Program Name: School of Nuclear Medicine Technology
Address: 2316 East Meyer Boulevard
City: Kansas City
State: MO
Zip Code: 64132-
Country: USA
Program Director: Charlotte Ament, MA, CNMT
Medical Director: Barry Gubin, MD
Phone: (816) 276-4068
Fax: (816) 276-3138
Email: Charlotte.ament@hcamidwest.com
Internet: http://www.researchmedicalcenter.com
Capacity: 11
Entrance Reqts. 2,3
Entrance Requirements:
1=high school;2=some academic courses;
3=RT(R), MT(ASCP), RN;4=baccalaureate degree
Begin: September
Length: 12 Months
Award: Certificate
Tuition: Yes
Stipend: No
Next Review: 2011

School Name: St. Louis University
Program Name: Nuclear Medicine Technology Program
Address: Doisy College of Health Sciences
3437 Caroline Street
City: St. Louis
State: MO
Zip Code: 63104
Country: USA
Program Director: William L. Hubble, MA, CNMT, RT(R)(N)(CT)
Medical Director: James Littlefield, MD
Phone: (314) 977-8526
Fax: (314) 577-8503
Email: hubblewl@slu.edu
Internet: http://www.slu.edu/x12892.xml
Capacity: 12
Entrance Reqts. 2
Entrance Requirements:
1=high school;2=some academic courses;
3=RT(R), MT(ASCP), RN;4=baccalaureate degree
Begin: August
Length: 12/48 Months
Award: Certificate/BS
Tuition: Yes
Stipend: No
Next Review: 2013

Donna asks…

How do I go about getting a Med degree?

Hello,

I am a senior in high school and am wanting to become a pediatrician. I have wanted to for a long time now, but as senior year comes up and i need to start applying for colleges, i don’t know where to start. I know i need to get a pre-med degree and then a med degree but i’m not quite sure how to go about all of this. Can you help me? I would love all of the information you can give me.

Thanks!

Administrator answers:

Ok so you can do it two different ways…the traditional way which is 4 years of undergraduate and 4 year of medical school and specialization in your field. Or you apply to a 7-year program in which you are assured to come out with an MD degree which has your undergraduate and Medical school degree combined.
BTW you do not need a premed degree to go to med school. What you do need is a bachelors degree…and that is only if you want to go about med school the traditional way and the bachelors degree could be in anything of your choice as long as you take the prerequisites, and the Mcat.
For instance, you could be an economics major, engineering, english, arts major as long as you take the required classes:
1 year of introductory biology (2 courses)
1 year of general chemistry (2 courses)
1 year of organic chemistry (2 courses)
1 year of introductory physics (2 courses)
1 year of english is usually recommended

The following classes are usually recommended:
-microbiology
-mammalian physiology or human anatomy and physiology
-cell biology
-biochemistry

Now as for the 7-year programs ( which is what I would recommend especially if you’re absolutely certain that medicine is what you want to do), here is a list compiled by counselors:

Here are programs as compiled by counselors… Combined college/MD programs (by state)

AL: University of Alabama, Univ. Of S. Alabama

CA: UC Riverside, UCLA, UCSD, USC

CT: UConn

DC: George Washington University, Howard University

FL: U Florida, U Miami

IL: Finch/Chicago/IIT, Northwestern, U Illinois at Chicago;

MA: Boston U

MI: Michigan State

MO: U Missouri (Columbia and Kansas City)

NJ: Univ of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, accepts from Rutgers and The College of New Jersey

NY: Brooklyn College/SUNY Downstate, NYU, Niagara University, Rennselaer, Siena College, CUNY, SUNY StonyBrook, SUNY Upstate, Union College, U Rochester

OH: Case Western Reserve, Northeastern Ohio Universities, Ohio State, U Cincinnati

PA: Lehigh, Penn State

RI: Brown

TN: E Tenn State, Fisk

TX: Rice, Texas A&M

VA: E Virginia Med School, Virginia Commonwealth

WI: U Wisc

7-year med (some partnerships with two schools)

Boston U

Brown U

Case Western Reserve U

The College of New Jersey with UMDNJ

Creighton U

Drexel U

East Tennessee State U

Fisk U with Meharry Medical College

Gannon U with Medical College of Penn

George Washington U

Hahnemann U with Medical College of Penn – 6 year program

Howard U

Illinois Institute of Technology with Chicago Medical School

Johns Hopkins U

Lehigh U with Drexel University College of Medicine

Louisiana State U – New Orleans and Shreveport

Miami U (FL) – 6 and 7 year programs

Michigan State U

Missouri U – Columbia and Kansas City

New York U

Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine – 6 year program

Northwestern U

Ohio State U

Old Dominion U with Eastern Virginia Medical School

Penn Sate U with Jefferson Medical

Rensselaer with Albany Medical College – 6 year program

Rice U with Baylor College of Medicine

Rochester U

Rutgers U with UMDNJ

Siena College with Albany Medical College

Sophie Davis School with CUNY

SUNY – Brooklyn College and Stonybrook

Tulane U

U California Riverside and U Southern California with UCLA

U of Alabama

U of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

U of Pittsburgh

U of S. Alabama

Union College with Albany Medical College

Villanova U with Medical College of Penn

Virginia Commonwealth U – Richmond

Washington U – St. Louis

Wisconsin U – Madison

Good luck!!

Richard asks…

Does anyone know of some good places to ride 4-wheelers around the Springfield, MO area?

It doesn’t have to be super close, but nothing more that about 4 hours away. Anyplace other than Chadwick?

Administrator answers:

I live in MO. And enjoy riding ATV’s. Finger Lakes 10 miles north of Columbia on 63 is a nice area.

And any of the Mark Twain national forest areas are also good places. ATV trails are marked.

St. Joe state park is a good area. Has several thousand acres just for off road riding.
It is south of St. Louis about 70 miles. And is the only state park in the state specifically for off road riding.

I live about 50 miles east of Columbia and not familiar with off riding areas close to Springfield.-sorry.

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