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6 Major Martial Arts Training Benefits

Martial arts isn’t just about fighting and violence. In fact, it isn’t even really about self-defense either. Those are just parts of the martial arts practice, but certainly not the focus. The martial arts includes a number of different disciplines that offer a healthier and more spiritually balanced lifestyle. The truth is that martial arts has been used for hundreds of years as... [Continue Reading]

Breast Cancer Organizations: Winning the Battle against Breast Cancer

There is no disputing the fact that death rates from breast cancer are on the decline.  According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), “Death rates from breast cancer have been declining since about 1989, with larger decreases in women younger than 50. These decreases are believed to be the result of earlier detection through screening and increased awareness, as well as improved... [Continue Reading]

Infographic: The Mystery of Genetic History

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4 Advances in tracking for the healthcare industry

Tracking a package with medical equipment or supplies is just as important as properly securing it. This is because a number of problems can occur during shipment. The package can get lost, stolen, damaged or too hot as it makes its way to the recipient. To make things easier for the healthcare industry, a number of new tracking method are being used to ensure that you can easily locate the... [Continue Reading]

Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Surgery with Maximum Results

Many people are intrigued by the lure of the physical improvements that cosmetic surgery can offer them, but are perhaps intimidated by the thought of a major surgery. However, today a host of minimally invasive cosmetic surgery procedures are available to consumers. Continuing advances in the field of cosmetic surgery in practices like American Skin Institute means people can often have... [Continue Reading]

5 Ways for Nurses to Prevent on the Job Injuries

Nursing is a dangerous occupation. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2012, hospitals, ambulatory health care services, and nursing care facilities were number three among the top eight workplaces for nonfatal injuries. Those injuries came in many forms like cuts, needle jabs, back injuries, wrist sprains, ankle/foot injuries, and burns. The really striking thing about these... [Continue Reading]

Insurance Claims for Accidents in Public Places

When the worst happens to you in a public place, you may find yourself in pain, humiliation, fear, and anger all in the aftermath of an accident that occurs while you are away from home. Although it is impossible to truly prepare for a situation like this, as you will necessarily always be caught somewhat off guard by the very nature of an accident, it is possible to get justice in the form of... [Continue Reading]

5 Tips for Undergrads Majoring in Health Administration

The health administrative industry is expanding exponentially and the demand for qualified managers in the field is growing every day. This is the reason why majoring and getting your degree in health administration could be so beneficial. As an undergrad, though, there are a number of things that can help you navigate the course of your health administration degree program. These tips and... [Continue Reading]

Benefits of Home DNA Paternity Testing

Home DNA paternity tests are currently available in almost all states.  These non-invasive tests are affordable, easy to use, and very accurate.  According to DNA testing company Home DNA, paternity tests yield a 99.999% accuracy level.  Confidential test samples are sent to a lab, and results are given in less than one week.  Multiple potential fathers can be tested. ... [Continue Reading]

Should You Hire a Medical Malpractice Lawyer?

When you are sick or injured, getting proper medical attention can help you recover, or even in some cases can save your life. However, there are occasions when medical practitioners make mistakes, and if their mistakes cause you injury or harm that you would not otherwise have suffered, you should consider hiring a medical malpractice lawyer to help you get the compensation you deserve. Most... [Continue Reading]

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