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Doctors have lives too. Despite the current worldwide situation that would suggest otherwise, doctors like going to bars, hanging with colleagues or friends outside of the medical field, and being out in the world.

Sometimes, however, their job gets in the way of their personal life. You've seen it on TV: "Is there a doctor in the house?" Sometimes, they're that doctor. And in some cases, they aren't even called for-yet know they're desperately needed.

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If you've spent any time in hospitals you understand that when it comes to one on one time with the patients, it's the nurses who do the bulk of the work - and it can absolutely be a thankless job. Working in the medical community can be draining, physically, emotionally and mentally.

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Medical professionals see all sorts of interesting things at work, but also a lot of tragedy.

Presented below are some of the interesting and lighthearted (and some downright silly) things that doctors, nurses, EMTs, and other medical professionals have witnessed while on the job.

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First responders and medical professionals see some pretty messed up stuff in the line of duty; humans are, unfortunately, easily hurt and accidental injuries can get very bad very quickly.

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For most of us, a bad day at work might mean a missed deadline, having to fire off a few snarky "per my last email"s or maybe a snoozefest of a meeting. For medical professionals a bad day at work can mean literally the worst - or last - day of someone's life.

These are those stories.

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