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How to Become a Health Care Administrator

How to Become a Health Care Administrator

Once you learn how to become a health care administrator and take the necessary steps to enter the specific career of your choice, there will be a world of job opportunities at your fingertips. Health care administrators and managers make up a huge portion of the workforce in consulting firms,...

Living With Allergies

Living With Allergies

Humans are not perfect. More flaws of the human body become apparent every day, and even citizens of advanced, modern times must find ways to deal with nature’s imperfections. One such fault of the human body would be its vulnerability to allergies. Allergies are caused by a disorder in the...

Living with disabilities

Living with disabilities

Disabilities can be caused by chronic health problems like asthma or epilepsy, a sudden or severe illness, an accident, congenital problems from birth, or just a different way that your body functions (like dyslexia or stuttering). Whether you use a reading device or glasses to read, or a wheelchair or...

Bottled Water is Still Dangerous

Bottled Water is Still Dangerous

Bottled water is still dangerous, but the uproar about it seems to have died down in the past year. Grocery store shelves are still stacked high, and a look around any large gathering will reveal plastic water bottles in abundance. It seems like that should be better than drinking sugary...

Living With Bankruptcy

Living With Bankruptcy

Living With Bankruptcy In 1978 there were about fifty thousand personal bankruptcies in our country. In 1988 there were nearly six hundred thousand personal bankruptcies in America, according to an article in the USA Today newspaper. Assuming the trend will continue, we can realistically expect to see one million bankruptcies...