As the weather starts to get warmer and spring rain is watering the earth, many dental students are looking forward to summer break. It is always a balance between relaxing and being productive during any break in dental school.
This guide was compiled to be the ultimate navigation tool for dental students, providing ideas for gifts that allow for that “treat yourself” moment after the holidays and into the new year.
For a tasty, warm beverage that’s perfect for winter weather, try this simple recipe for a maple black tea latte. It’s a great drink for relaxing mornings or for those evenings of studying when you don’t want the caffeine of coffee, but still need a little pick-me-up.
With thousands of informative and entertaining podcasts available on different streaming services, listening to podcasts has become a normal part of many people’s everyday schedules. In honor of International Podcast Day, here are some podcast suggestions for dental students.
Every summer, I catch myself saying “I should come back here in the fall” after discovering a new state park or hiking trail. When I spent a week camping in Kentucky’s Daniel Boone National Forest, this thought was especially relevant. If you find yourself needing a break this fall, a drive through eastern Kentucky could be your solution.
The aim of #WorldPhotoDay is to inspire positive change across the world, connecting people and places through the use of photography. In honor of #WorldPhotoDay and missing being able to travel, here are some pictures from around the world, taken by ASDA’s Editorial Board.
With dental schools’ semesters coming to a close and most states beginning to slowly reopen, it is beginning to feel like summer across the United States. However, without vacations and with COVID-19 concerns, this summer looks a lot different. For many, it will mean more pool days and summer nights …