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Top 5 Things to Never Say to a Nursing Professional

Those who work in the nursing profession are typically tough-as-nails. This goes for those who are just starting out as certified nursing assistants, or those who have worked to become a registered nurse or nurse practitioner. Whether you’re a patient in a hospital or clinic or a colleague of a nursing professional, remember to avoid […]

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Happy San Jacinto Day!

April 21, 2018 is San Jacinto Day! About San Jacinto Day: Around the year of 1820, the area that is now Texas was part of Mexico, a newly independent country at the time. However, there was a strong desire for an independent Republic of Texas. In 1835, the Texas Declaration of Independence was drafted and […]

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How Medical Contractors Can Bridge the Gap in Healthcare Shortages

The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts the healthcare industry to be among the top growing industries. The 2016-2026 projections indicate that this industry will account for one-fifth of all new job growth opportunities by 2026. While this means medical workers will have plenty of opportunities, it also illustrates the shortage medical facilities face. The shortage of medical […]

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New Year, Fresh Start for Your Healthcare Career

You’ve finally made it. You’re doing what you’ve always wanted to do: work in the medical field and help people towards their goals of greater fitness, improved health, fewer illnesses and overhauled nutritional habits. But something is missing; maybe the routine has become more of a habit, or the job that started as a challenge […]

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Author: John R. Graham Since the Affordable Care Act was signed in March 2010 and began to enroll many more Americans in coverage in 2014, many observers have asserted price inflation in health care has been moderate by historical standards. Such claims are misleading because many observers decline to differentiate between nominal and real inflation. In […]

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Happy Texas Independence Day Y’all!

On March 2, 1836, Texas declared itself free from Mexico becoming a turning point for the state’s history. The Texas Declaration of Independence was announced at a conference on Washington-on-the-Brazos. Historians believe the original handwritten declaration and five copies were made and signed by 59 men at Washington-on-the-Brazos.  Only the original document remains.  The fight […]

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A Note of Thanks to Veterans Everywhere:

This Veterans Day, I’d like to send a personal message to United States service personnel past and present.  We celebrate Veterans Day to commemorate the armistice reached in 1918 ending World War I.  The question still remains today—how do you say thank you to people that have put your life ahead of their own?  These […]

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