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I often give a blue nitrile glove blown up into a balloon with a face on it. Weeeee.


You have a great blog-- I've now bookmarked it and will visit every day.
Keep up the good work.
-Mark, 3rd yr medical student

Xavier Emmanuelle

Those are awesome. I think a lot of med students and health sciences students would love them too! We have a professor who gives out the stuffed plush microbe toys to people who can survive in-class "pimping", I am totally looking forward to next year when I'll have him for toxicology!

The Other Pete

Oh no, Martina. Now you have to provide new content every day ;-).


Our ENT has flavoured tongue depressors for each kid to keep AND a treasure box of prizes...setting the bar pretty high, eh?

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