How To Prevent Vitamin D Deficiency
Sep22

How To Prevent Vitamin D Deficiency

Fall is approaching and with it comes cooler weather, fewer hours of daylight, and more time indoors. The combination of these factors can lead you to be at a greater risk of Vitamin D deficiency. It’s the perfect time of year to familiarize yourself with information about the deficiency, so you can better determine the potential impacts it may have on your life. Making small changes to your daily habits can help reduce your risk of...

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Benefits of Creative Therapy: Allied Travel Careers
Sep20

Benefits of Creative Therapy: Allied Travel Careers

Would you consider art, dance, or even music as a form of therapy? Although you might associate these activities with at-home therapeutic solutions for the occasional stress-relief, did you know that you can become an expert in these forms of therapy? Categorized as a psychotherapy, creative therapy is used for a variety of conditions from self-expression to cognitive issues such as autism or stroke. There are a variety of artistic...

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Back to School | High School Sports Injuries
Sep13

Back to School | High School Sports Injuries

The beginning of a new school year is an exciting time for students, their families, and the teachers and administrators who have spent the summer months in preparation for the coming semesters. Students are exposed to new classes and teachers. Teachers get the opportunity to help educate a fresh wave of young people. And high school sports, the most common extracurricular activity, start anew. While all of this is certainly cause for...

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National Physical Therapy Day | What Kind of PT Are You?
Sep08

National Physical Therapy Day | What Kind of PT Are You?

Are you a physical therapist or an aspiring PT? September 8th is National Physical Therapy Day, and we would like to thank all of the physical therapists in the world for everything that they do for us. Physical therapy is an important part of the recovery process for many people suffering from multiple health issues. As an aspiring physical therapist, spend your National Physical Therapy day learning about what type of physical...

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A Pharmacist’s Guide to Over-the-Counter Drug Overdose
Aug18

A Pharmacist’s Guide to Over-the-Counter Drug Overdose

Drug abuse is a problem that has plagued today’s society. One of the reasons for this derives from people’s view that hard drugs, such as heroin, cocaine, and steroids, are the only cause for drug abuse. Most people are unaware that over-the-counter (OTC) drugs are just as harmful. In fact, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration reports that about 980 deaths per year are caused by acetaminophen. Nonprescription drugs can be...

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