We Interrupt Your Irregularly Scheduled Programming to Bring You This Very Important Message

By Rebecca Kreston | June 26, 2012 5:18 pm

Pardon my silence on Body Horrors this past month or so. I’m currently studying for the MCAT, applying to medical and graduate school, and planning a wedding. I know, I know – you’re deeply envious of my summer to-do list. If only we were all this lucky, hmm?

I expect to resume blogging by the end of this summer but I may squeeze out an article before then. In the meantime, you can stare at this hypnotic GIF until I return.

See you soon!

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  • http://stormiidae.blogspot.com Storm

    waiting, waiting, waiting… is it fall yet?!

    • http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/bodyhorrors/ bodyhorrors

      :)

  • maddie

    good luck ;)

  • Debora

    Re: hypnotic GIF…
    Televisions used to do that between midnight and about 6:00am when there was no round the clock programming. It was, oddly, called “snow.” Anyone else remember that, or am I the only old fart reading this blog.

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Body Horrors looks at the history, anthropology and geography of infectious diseases and parasites.

About Rebecca Kreston

Rebecca Kreston is an infectious disease scholar trained in microbiology and epidemiology. She obtained her Biology degree from Reed College and her Masters of Science in Tropical Medicine from Tulane University. She's lived in tropical jungles, beaches and deserts around the world and has been exposed to several of the diseases that she studies. She currently lives in New Orleans, is a first year medical student and regularly battles insects of the Diptera, Siphonaptera and Hymenoptera orders.

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