MRI Claustrophobia Tips| 7 Ways How to Help Anxious Patients
May20

MRI Claustrophobia Tips| 7 Ways How to Help Anxious Patients

The technological medical advances that society has made in the past few decades is astounding, and it’s brought us equipment and machinery we could’ve never imagined. Despite all of the progress this equipment has allowed us to make, it can appear a bit intimidating, especially to those who don’t understand it. Intimidation is exactly the feeling that those with anxiety related to claustrophobia feel when they are...

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5 Simple COVID-19 Stress Tips for Healthcare Workers
May18

5 Simple COVID-19 Stress Tips for Healthcare Workers

For professionals in the Allied Health field, we are already prone to a stressful work environment. However, it seems that these recent times are going to make an already stressful job, that much more challenging. So instead of having a broom closet breakdown, here are 5 COVID-19 stress tips to help reduce pandemic-related stress. According to The American Journal of Managed Care (AMJC), “7 in 10 employees indicated in a survey that...

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Zero-Waste Travel Tips for Being Environmentally Responsible
May08

Zero-Waste Travel Tips for Being Environmentally Responsible

While traveling, it’s easy to take on negative practices in regard to natural conservation. For example, for anyone who has ever lived a jet-set lifestyle, they know that it’s easy to waste plastic beverage containers, forget to bring reusable bags to the market, etc. However, travel therapists often are constantly embarking on 13-week stays all over the country and the hectic lifestyle requires more planning in order to...

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Coronavirus and Pharmacies |The role of the Pharmacist
Apr23

Coronavirus and Pharmacies |The role of the Pharmacist

Many people rely on their pharmacist for basic information on their medication, symptoms, and deciding whether or not they actually need to see a doctor. Now that most businesses have shut their doors due to the coronavirus shut down throughout the United States, pharmacies are one of the few places that remain open. Not only are people likely going to the pharmacy more just to have a place to go, but they’re also turning to their...

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The Jet Set Pet: Traveling with Furry Friends
Apr22

The Jet Set Pet: Traveling with Furry Friends

More than 3 out of 5 Americans own a pet. All of our precious pooches and pussycats are our family. Personally, I couldn’t imagine a day where I can’t cuddle with my Shi Tzu after a long day at work. But, when considering making career changes that require you to relocate to a new city, state or even region causes a lot of misconceptions. Or the big myth that a lot of people fall for is that you can’t travel with...

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Allied Health and COVID-19 | How is it Affecting Travelers?
Apr13

Allied Health and COVID-19 | How is it Affecting Travelers?

The onset of COVID-19 in the United States, almost overnight, drastically changed our routines. The virus shuttered businesses across the country – some forever – and with that paused or eliminated millions of jobs. Healthcare is no exception. Even as some specialties scramble to meet the needs of an increasing amount of critical care, respiratory patients, others can no longer work at all. Allied health and COVID-19 resulted in a...

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