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Nursing Top Med Jobs

Nursing Listed in Top Medical Job for Career Growth

Nursing Top Med Jobs

With the healthcare field being such a large industry, there are countless jobs along with its projected growth for job openings. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, between 2006 and 2016 it was expected that the industry was to add three million more jobs. 

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Pocket First Aid & CPR

Lifesaving App

Pocket First Aid & CPR

The American Heart Association has introduced a smartphone application named “Pocket First Aid & CPR” which is updated with all the current information and reference materials that one may need during an emergency. 

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Ambulance Advancements

Critical Advancements Made in Patient Transportation

Ambulance Advancements

A recent article by Shawna Whooley was released titled, “More than just a litter: Advances in patient transport.”  As our world continues to advance technologically, so does the equipment for patient transportation, working hard to make ambulance transport smoother and more comfortable for patients.

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Health Careers and Pensions

Health Careers and Pensions

Health Careers and Pensions

Before starting a career, it’s important to think about the future – Is there room for advancement in this career? What are my retirement plan options?  Will I have a pension?  These are all important questions that you’ll want to ask yourself before you decide to devote yourself to any career. 

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Promotional Exam

Promotional Exam for Fire Departments

Promotional Exam

Most people pick a career where there is room advancement after a few years.  As a firefighter, there are a few ways of promotion: the oldest method which is by popular vote, being selected by the fire chief, chief officers, or a written and/or oral examination.

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Lower Blood Pressure

Steps To Lower Your Blood Pressure

Lower Blood Pressure

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women. In fact, according to the American Heart Association, heart disease takes the lives of more than 375,000 Americans annually. 

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