She Didn't Think The Love Of Her Life Was Romantic Enough. Then She Looked Out Her Office Window.

Alissa wrote: "On July 30th I was pulled out of a meeting because of a 'disturbance' on the street. When I got to my office window, I saw my girlfriend standing on a bus across the street. What came next was the most genuine, funny, heartfelt marriage proposal. Just the night before, we were talking about romance and I pretty much told her she wasn't romantic. I am eating crow ... and will be for a long time."

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A young doctor has taken to TikTok, the new social media app popular among Gen. Z, to share information about important health issues, including the negative side effects of vaping.

Dr. Rose Marie Leslie, 29, is a second-year family resident at the University of Minnesota Physicians Broadway Family Medicine Clinic.

When she first joined the platform six months ago, she initially started sharing videos about her hectic life as a resident. But whenever she'd share videos with medical facts, she noticed more comments and likes.


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