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Menopause Problem Causes, Symptoms, Effect, Treatment and Remedies for Menopause

Menopause Problem Causes, Symptoms, Effect, Treatment and Remedies for Menopause Menopause refers to the stoppage of menstruation and a stage when the female reproductive period of life comes to an end. It is a normal event in the life of each woman that occurs in the mid or late forties. The entire chain of the endocrine glands is affected that results in various unfavorable changes in the body. The changes caused by menopause vary from person to person. Read more on Breast Pills and Natural Breast Enlargement Causes of Menopause Menopause...

Work In A Cath Lab And Get A Handsome Salary

Hospitals and clinics want to reach out to as many people as they can. Earlier it was not possible for them because they were not in a position to hire a huge workforce and train it to work in world class health facilities. But now they can fulfill their dream of expanding their reach with the help of medical staffing organizations. These organizations are like human resource groups that supply talented and experienced medical professionals to healthcare industry. If you want to become a part of this industry then you can join a medical...

Your Early Life Career Impacts Your Health In Early 40s

If your job gives you satisfaction in your late 20s and 30s, then it will impact your overall health in your early 40s. A study by Ohio State University has found that while job satisfaction had some impact on physical health, its effect was particularly strong for mental health. The study also states that those who were less than happy with their work early in their careers, were more depressed and worried and had more trouble sleeping. And the direction of your job satisfaction whether it is getting better or worse in your early career has...

Yellow Fever Death Toll Rises To At Least 250 In Angola

A yellow fever epidemic in Angola has killed at least 250 people since the end of December and continues to spread, stretching limited resources, doctors and officials said Tuesday. The head of the Luanda pediatrics hospital, Mateus Campos, said 27 children died there on Monday alone, with 900 suspected cases turning up each day. “We don’t have the human resources to cope,” Campos added. Health ministry spokeswoman Adelaide de Carvalho told AFP that the ministry registered 76 suspect cases and 10 deaths in three days alone...

Why You Can’t Outsource HR

Outsourcing has been all the rage for 15 years, at least. There’s a name for the industry that sprang up to take over the tasks corporations don’t want to pay for in-house: Business Process Outsourcing, or BPO. There are lots of situations where it makes sense to outsource functions. If you’re a marketing firm and you send out scads of HTML newsletters for your clients, you’re not likely to want to manage your clients’ email lists in-house, or to design a newsletter engine to reach hundreds of thousands of people....

Why We Need The Humanities To Improve Health Care

Telling stories, listening to music, making and enjoying art these are human endeavors that effect our emotion and our spirit. These are also the elements we need to see more of in our health care system as it becomes increasingly mechanized. Not everybody knows how to tell a story or listen to one – and many people involved in health care may not even think of their patients in terms of a life story. Most physicians are trained to solve medical problems without taking into account the specific psychological and personal history of the...

Why Nurses Are The Unsung Heroes Of Global Health

We are in the midst of celebrating International Nurses Week, which culminates on May 12 with the birthday of Florence Nightingale. Although our founding mother of modern nursing would be impressed with the health technology of today, I am sure she would be sorely disappointed by the ongoing invisibility of nurses, which she fought so hard to overcome during her lifetime. Everyone knows someone who is a nurse. In addition to health clinics and hospitals, we work in your children’s schools, at your workplace, in all branches of military...

Why Government Health Departments Are Spending Millions On Mobile Gaming

Today sees the release of The Walk, an iOS and Android game backed by the UK’s Department of Health. It’s the second release in a collection of apps funded as part of the UK’s Small Business Research Initiative. The first – StepJockey , an app that lets you map, locate, rate and log the calorific expenditure of staircases around your city – came out on Monday. All five apps in the program encourage you to move more, or change negative habits. Can an app improve your life? At the very least, we’re guessing...
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