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Healthy career outlook for health care professionals with law skills

Healthy career outlook for health care professionals with law skills

Career opportunities in the health care industry are expected to continue growing more quickly than in virtually any other industry, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Outlook Handbook.…

Respecting the stars and stripes: American flag etiquette

Respecting the stars and stripes: American flag etiquette

Summers are packed with outdoor activities, barbecues and patriotic celebrations. While the American flag is often an important part of these celebrations, many of us have questions about how to…

Cultural awareness, collaborative spirit: Building a culture of health

Cultural awareness, collaborative spirit: Building a culture of health

Patient behavior and attitudes about health are deeply rooted in outside influences like cultural and societal norms. Thanks to their role in providing person-centered care, a type of care that…

7 ways to keep your child learning this summer

7 ways to keep your child learning this summer

When school dismisses for the summer, parents across the country worry about how much their children will forget over the vacation months. Will all those hours helping them with math…

Nationwide need for volunteer firefighters grows: Are you up to the challenge?

Nationwide need for volunteer firefighters grows: Are you up to the challenge?

Did you know that 87 percent of America’s 30,000 fire departments are either fully or partially staffed by volunteers? The peace of mind that these firefighters provide their communities is…

Learning and attention issues: A child’s invisible struggle

Learning and attention issues: A child’s invisible struggle

Suzanne Lang fondly remembers asking her then 5-year-old son, Alec, what he wanted to be for Halloween. “The king,” he said, beaming. So they went to the craft store and…

3 tips to land a job after college

3 tips to land a job after college

America’s unemployment rate recently hit its lowest level in seven years. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, that’s just in time for 2.8 million graduates with bachelor’s, master’s…

Preventing brain drain: Important aspects of a summer learning program

Preventing brain drain: Important aspects of a summer learning program

Do you hear that? It’s the cheering of students as they run through the hallways on the last day of school. They’re excited for three months of playing outside with…

The top 10 painful jobs that rob people of quality sleep

The top 10 painful jobs that rob people of quality sleep

Is your job literally a pain in the neck? From an aching back to sore feet, Americans experience a variety of different aches and pains attributed to their jobs. While…

Off-beat, inspiring and controversial: The 10 most-talked about science stories of 2015

Off-beat, inspiring and controversial: The 10 most-talked about science stories of 2015

The new Star Wars movie, Adele’s new album or the latest tech gadget  — what headlines grabbed your interest in 2015? For many, the most riveting stories didn’t come out…