A guide to travel nursing jobs

A guide to travel nursing jobs

Are you a nurse? Have you considered where you would like to specialize? You may have thought about working as an ICU nurse, Recovery Room nurse, Emergency Room nurse, Operating Room nurse, Pedia nurse or may have thought about a more specialized job like Oncology nurse, etc. Or you may have had the interest to work overseas as a nurse to compare current practice set up from your home country to the other. But one of the most underrated field of nursing is working as a Travel nurse. Travel nursing is a unique and exciting career that allows you to explore the country while doing the job that you love. ¬†Why? Because you get to work in some of the best medical facilities in the country and build your portfolio while making professional connections and forming lifelong friendships too. To help you decide if this is the career path you want to take, here is our ultimate guide to getting a travel nursing job. Confucius once said, “Choose a job that you love and you will never have to work a day in your life.” Do you agree with this? Got something to add? Let us know by commenting...
Ideal meal after an intense workout

Ideal meal after an intense workout

Is there really such a thing like recommended diet after an intense workout? If yes, is it specific? Should you look at the caloric requirement? How about your BMI? Well, these are just some of the questions one might ask when you know they are really serious about it. Heres’s the thing, the ideal meal should contain this food group distribution to keep your body toned and healthy. Most of all, here are some tips you may want to consider: 1. Eat your largest meal of the day after exercise. 2. Eat more vegetables than fruits with this meal. 3. Choose mostly whole foods with minimal processing. 4. Choose local or organic foods whenever possible. 5. Use smaller or larger plates based on your own body size.   If you are curious with the types of food you should eat, you can refer to out 20 post work-out...
Who has cavities? Nearly all Americans, study finds

Who has cavities? Nearly all Americans, study finds

ATLANTA, GEORGIA–New study from the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that mostly all American adults have tooth decay, and more than a quarter have cavities that have not been treated. “Approximately 91 percent of U.S. adults aged 20-64 had dental caries in permanent teeth in 2011-2012,” the report, published by CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics, finds. Having been known around the world for having strong, white teeth, dentists see something different inside a patient’s mouth and according to survey, by the time an American hit 65, 96 percent will have tooth decay. Dr. Bruce Dye of the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, who led the study shared that, “It is not what people are doing wrong. It is maybe what we can do better.” A lot has to do with access to dentists. With the absence of health insurance coverage for dental care, or living in areas where dentists are not common, an individual is more likely to have tooth decay, and far more likely to go without fillings. Dye and colleagues write, “The prevalence of untreated dental caries was nearly twice as high for non-Hispanic black adults (42 percent) compared with non-Hispanic white (22 percent) and Asian (17 percent) adults.” They used a national survey of tens of thousands of Americans, called the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, for their report. About 19 percent of people 65 and over have no teeth at all. This rises to 26 percent of people 75 and older. This report looked at adults. A previous survey found 42 percent of...
20 Post-Workout Foods

20 Post-Workout Foods

Conscious about your body and wanting to make sure each exercise take effect? Toning your body is not just about proper exercise. Most of it have something to do with what you eat too. Here are 20 post-work out foods you may want to consider in your diet. Have something to add? Let us know by commenting below....

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