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July 2012

It's time for school again?!!    It’s hard to believe it’s that time of year again!  Back to school ads on television and in the newspaper are now common place and we will soon see school buses shuttling children back and forth...

Projected Growth in the Healthcare IndustryThe healthcare is an industry that is continuing to expand.  According to the US Bureau of Labor and Statistics, “Industries and occupations related to health care, personal care and social assistance, and construction are projected to have the fastest job...

Without enough sleep, we all become tall two-year-olds. ~JoJo Jensen, Dirt Farmer Wisdom, 2002Practically no one would dispute the need for seven to eight hours of sleep a night; the reality however, is that the majority of us getting far less sleep than our bodies...

Without enough sleep, we all become tall two-year-olds. ~JoJo Jensen, Dirt Farmer Wisdom, 2002Practically no one would dispute the need for seven to eight hours of sleep a night; the reality however, is that the majority of us getting far less sleep than our bodies...

Are you an administrator or supervisor in a long term care setting? Do you want to help your employees grow and succeed in their careers? Online classes from We Care Online are a fantastic, low cost, and fast way for anyone to boost their skills...

We've all heard the saying, "a picture is worth a thousand words," but sometimes the places we work and live and say just as much. In long term care settings, you're trained to be courteous and attentive to your residents' needs, but how much thought...

A few years ago, an extensive study was done to evaluate safety risks to home health care workers. Over two years, workers were surveyed to determine the safety issues they faced on the job. According to the report, the most common risks were, "cockroaches, cigarette...

Photo by @Doug88888According to the Huffington Post, a Harvard Nurse's Health Study that looked at caffeine's effect on depression in over 50,000 women who worked in healthcare showed that women who consumed two to three cups of caffeinated coffee per day were 15 percent less likely to develop depression...

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