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Stroke Against Time

Early Stroke Identification and Treatment With Interventional Radiology [Infographic]

Stroke Awareness Month

As you may know, May is Stroke Awareness Month, serving to raise awareness about the warning signs of stroke, symptoms of a stroke, stoke prevention, and the impact of stroke on survivors, families and caregivers. It is….

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Baby First Aid CPR

First Aid for Babies [Infographic]

Handling Emergency Situations with Babies

Babies might be tiny, but they have the power to turn their parent’s world upside down. Being a parent isn’t something that you learn right away, it is something that you learn….

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Creative Writing

Deals Clients Obtain From Academic Assistants

Customessaywriter.co.uk is a professional essay writing service in the field of academic assistance. Hardly surprising customers who are  trying to find academic help decide to turn to them. You are free buy any type of homework….

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Elder Assistance Care Living

Importance of Assistive Technology in Dementia [Infographic]

My name is Alice Lucey and I am Director of Care/Nursing with Be Independent Home Care, a company based in Ireland that provides one to one assistance and support to elderly clients in their own….

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Job Boards Recruiting

5 Facts You May Not Know About Job Recruiters

5 Facts You May Not Know About Job Recruiters

Are you stuck in an employment rut? Maybe you recently lost your job, or feel like your current role is a dead end. Well, if any of these scenarios are the….

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Mental Health Problems

The Rewards Of Working In The Mental Health Sector

The Rewards of Working in the Mental Health Sector

If you’re one of almost 1 million workers in the health care industry, your job is undoubtedly full of rewards and challenges. With an increasing number of sub-sectors in this fast….

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Tsunami Sri Lanka Surviving Child

Children Of Fortune

( A few weeks after tsunami in 2004 as a volunteer I made a visit to Sri Lanka to collect stories relevant to 2004 Asian Tsunami. I collected many authentic stories stranger than fiction during my short stay in Sri….

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Hospital Security

Security in the Psychiatric Ward

Working in a hospital is by far one of the best experiences I could have had as a Security Officer. I loved it and really felt important. I remember the day I first applied to become hospital security. Interesting that….

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Elgibility Worker

From Eligibility Worker to Food Stamp Recipient

I was an eligibility worker for over ten years, in two different states, three different counties and three different decades. But in spite of all of the changes, the job is basically the same, no matter where or when you….

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