Bondkitkat's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics


United States

Pursuing #Medicine & my #Passport pages. 🇷🇺 MD Student & Published Model ⛑ Imperfect Christian ✞
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53.2% of bondkitkat's followers are female and 46.8% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.40%. The average number of likes per post is 376 and the average number of comments is 18.

Bondkitkat loves posting about Modeling, Fashion, Actors.

Check bondkitkat's audience demography. This analytics report shows bondkitkat's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

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53.2 %
46.8 %


  • Beauty & Fashion 50.44 %
  • Fitness & Yoga 48.50 %
  • Restaurants, Food & Grocery 48.26 %
  • Children & Family 46.04 %
  • Travel & Tourism 44.06 %
  • Art & Design 39.88 %
  • Business & Careers 38.73 %
  • Entertainment 36.22 %
  • Healthy Lifestyle 35.00 %
  • Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 34.09 %
  • Photography 33.91 %


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Appreciating the little time I do spend outside🌸

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HIPAA. What is it? What does it do? Why are healthcare professionals mad about #filmyourhospital ? HIPAA is a privacy policy for patients and their information. Healthcare professionals can be sued and even loose their licenses if they don’t obey it. 1. Anyone working with patients is not allowed to share any information about the patient. This includes photos, names, information about the patient and so much more (swipe right to see). 2. Posting photos of patients in bed because of #covid19 is a HIPAA violation. Even sharing stories about #corona and the patient can be illegal if the patient can be identified somehow. This includes the location of the hospital, the room number, any tattoos or special marks on the patient, and even the slightest general description of the patient can get you in trouble. 3. While some hospitals have their own social media policy, if a healthcare professional is taking photos in the hospital without any patient identifiable marks it is okay as long as it passes all HIPAA and hospital regulations. This would include but not always; bathroom selfies, white backgrounds, mask photos with nothing identifiable in the background, etc. #md #medschool #nurse #hospital #hcw

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#fakenews I know there is a lot of information on the internet and not everything is true. Before believing everything you read and spreading this information, it’s important to fact check. This could be the difference between life or death! Don’t forget to fact check beauty products, new trends (like charcoal teeth whitening) and ads. Here are some simple fact checking tips I use daily: 1. Source. Is the source providing information that is peer reviewed or is it just their opinion? Many websites make money off of visits and sometimes can drastically interpret data or information. I understand not everyone can read or understand the original experimental data/research. Therefore double or even triple check the information you are reading, especially if it pertains to health! A simple search for other articles/sources for the same information is important. Are you finding articles that are saying the opposite? What is their reasoning? If a ‘fact’ or experiment cannot be checked/replicated it is NOT reliable. 2. Out dated information. The rule of thumb with research articles is not to site information more than 5 years old. It’s important to stay up to date with information because science/medicine is always developing. New research and information is always coming out. 3. Ask the professional in that field. Before taking new home remedies or medications, it’s important to double check. It’s so easy to overdose on things that are labeled ‘healthy’ like vitamins. Just because something is labeled healthy or essential doesn’t mean it won’t do harm. #medicine #news #facts #md #medicalschool #mdstudent

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As the infected rate of Americans with #covid19 keeps rising, it is important to do everything to limit spread. Those who are infected don’t always show symptoms (asymptomatic carriers) but are still able to spread the virus to others. As a general civilian these are the precautions you should be taking: 1. If you need to go to the store for essentials, have 1 family member go instead of several. This will help limit exposure as well as help the #socialdistancing rule of 6ft (2 meters). It’s best to do in store pick up of groceries than to stroll around the store. 2. Wash your hands and wipe down your phone with Clorox or anything with more than 60% alcohol. Anything less than 60% alcohol has shown to be ineffective for killing the virus. Washing your hands after the store, before you eat, after the bathroom etc this is MORE effective than GLOVES. 3. The CDC now recommends that everyone wears a mask when in public places to help limit droplets from the nose and mouth. A simple cloth or surgical mask is recommended for civilians. Save your mask in a paper bag or plastic bag with a tissue for reuse. You do not need more than a couple of masks since you should only be wearing them to the store or other crowded areas. Save and donate N95 masks for healthcare professionals and those immune compromised. This data is up to date as of April 4th, 2020. (Data tables are as of April 4th and 3rd 2020). #corona #precautions #limit #filmyourhospital

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This #doctorday my heart is heavy for everyone on the frontlines of #covid19 Healthcare professionals who are immune compromised are on the frontlines. Pregnant women are on the frontlines. Single parents are on the frontlines. Our mothers, fathers, daughters and sons are on the frontlines. Especially in times like these, we are reminded of the reason why we took an Oath on our white coat ceremony. Leadership qualities is one of the most empathized characteristic of a Doctor. Many hard decisions have been made during this time; from CPR to ventilators. Please listen: 1. #socialdistancing means staying away from people you don’t live with. This helps limit spread. It does not mean hanging out in small groups. 6ft (2 meters) distance from others. 2. Wash your hands and limit touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Wipe down your phone frequently as well as other common things you touch. 3. Take care of yourself during quarantine. Keep in contact with friends and family via FaceTime/Skype. Keep a schedule for daily activities, fitness, hygiene and sleep. #md #doctor #nurse #corona #covid #healthcare #usa

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Snow bunny🐰

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Become the person you want to be by working on yourself and staying true to yourself. You can achieve anything with that mindset✨

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The last few days I’ve been so productive at home🏡 I’ve been able to study as well as organize, redecorate, and get a few things off my list. Stay productive and positive not bored! #good #positive #fashion #stayhealthy

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Panic and fear has been driving many myths lately due to the #coronavirus 🦠 One very DANGEROUS myth is to start taking large amounts of vitamins. As a child who recovered from hypervitaminosis after eating a jar of children’s gummy vitamins, I can definitely tell you taking large amount of vitamins can seriously harm you and even kill you. Certain vitamins are fat soluble while others are water soluble. Meaning certain vitamins will build up in your body due to its storage by fat and cause toxicity (vitamin A,D,E,K) while others you would urinate out (vitamin C and B). Do not start taking large doses of vitamins due to fear of being sick. This is a myth! Please share to spread the word and help prevent overdoses♥️ #healthcare #medschool #vitamins

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How do I deal with other’s negative opinions of me? This is a question I get asked a lot via DMs. First of all, it’s important to know what you want and who you are. You have to establish that for yourself and then go towards your goals. 🚗🚗🚗Imagine you are driving in a city with lots of left and right turns. You know you have to drive straight for 10 mins to reach your destination. Then you hear someone yell “take a left” and you do. Then someone else yells “take 3 rights” and again you do. Now you have been driving 30 mins and feel lost. If only you had not listened, never changed your directions and didn’t lose sight of what you wanted🚗🚗🚗 Always listening and changing because of someone’s opinion of you will make you lost. If I did everything a stranger/friend had told me then I wouldn’t be who I am. If you believe what you are doing is right, why not do it? Why not change stigma or become the first? Why not be free to express or be yourself?


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