Manuel Batlle
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About the Writers
Manuel Batlle
Manuel Batlle was born in San Jose, California. At the age of 9 he moved to Dominican Republic where he spent 8 years. He returned to the U.S. and graduated at Irvington High school in Fremont, California. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1998 and served during Operation Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom as an Avionics Technician. He was able to travel to countries like Peru, Brazil, The Azores, Spain, Sicily, Bahrain, Oman, Afghanistan, Singapore, Thailand and Japan. After 6 years of service he returned to Dominican Republic in 2004 where studied to be a Medical Doctor.
Upon graduation he worked in General Surgery for a major hospital in Santo Domingo called Hospital General Plaza de la Salud. Noticing, and seeing as close as his fingertips, the fragility of the human body sparked the desire to write of the many miracles in plain view just waiting to be discovered and displayed in the form of writings. He is currently working on the completion of his USMLE (United States Medical Licensing Exam) in order to apply for specialty training in the US.
The Ocean's Wisdom
The Whole World on a Train
The Unknown, knowing my Deepest...
Remembering good old Pegasus
Sleep Is Important
Mountaineer or Physician
Current Events Bring Up The Memories Of A Sailor
Appreciation and Gravitational Waves
Understanding Stress
A Sundial perspective on facial aging
Blue on Blue in America!
From Karoshi to A.I.?
Should I rip my shoes for a free cup of coffee?
Storm! Fear or prepare and see a Marvel?
Honoring a Nurse called Mother
Time Travel and Hurricane Maria
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