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1. Consider a Second Opinion
Consider a Second Opinion
People who face cancer or other serious diseases should think about getting a second medical opinion. Regardless of how well respected your own doctor may be, it is always advisable to get an objective diagnosis from someone unconnected with the first medical professional. While your doctor has y...
Healthy Living - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 23:25:15
2. How to Disinfect Your Medical Scrubs Properly
Professionals in the medical field run the risk of being a carrier of bacteria, thus they could pass it on to patients, friends, and family. According to research, carrying bacteria to another person proves to use a main transport vehicle which is apparel worn by the medical professional. Recent ...
healthy-living - Tue, 22 Jan 2013 18:41:01
3. How to Make Time For Yourself on a Shift
Remarkable nurses possess the care skills, patients and kindness for their patients. However, most nurses are inclined to put their personal needs last, day after day. You can keep yourself on an even keel by following these useful guidelines. They will assist you in creating (just a small amount...
healthy-living - Mon, 12 Nov 2012 19:48:08
4. Stress Reducing Tips for Nurses
It is no big shock that nurses have to deal with quite a bit of stress. Even though stress is not at all times bad, it can become overwhelming. Therefore, it is imperative to be familiar with ways to manage stress before it takes over your life. Start by staying on top of your own health. When s...
healthy-living - Wed, 17 Oct 2012 21:52:40
5. Keep Your Scrubs Sanitized
Health care workers are faced daily with tasks that constantly put them at a higher risk of catching or spreading infection. When dealing with patients, certain organisms will attach to a health care worker's uniform and can linger for days. This is why proper disinfection techniques and cleaning...
healthy-living - Thu, 20 Sep 2012 21:02:05
6. Buying Your First Pair of Scrubs
If you are just starting medical, nursing, dental, or vet school or just finished, chances are pretty good you are looking for your medical equipment and uniform. Being a nurse, dental hygienist, vet technician, or a doctor can be an exciting time but you want to make sure that you have the best ...
healthy-living - Thu, 06 Sep 2012 16:08:31
7. LPN and RN: What's the Difference?
If you are thinking of becoming a nurse anytime soon, there are some things you should know about the different levels of nursing, for instance, the salary and the level of expectation of two of the common nursing titles: registered nurses (RN) and licensed practical nurse (LPN). Reading this art...
healthy-living - Wed, 08 Aug 2012 17:54:13
8. Essentials for the Busy Nurse
The responsibilities of a nurse are broad, and are often demanding no matter what field or environment they work in. Not only do nurses play a role in numerous steps of the medical process but they're involved in the care of people of different age groups, from infants to the elderly. Nurses typi...
healthy-living - Tue, 24 Jul 2012 22:00:58
9. What To Do With Old Medical Scrubs
If you have been in the medical field, you know that your medical scrubs will eventually give out. It is a foregone conclusion that every health care worker has to come to terms with; however it isn't the end of your clothing. In fact, there are plenty of things that can come after the working ye...
healthy-living - Wed, 11 Jul 2012 23:25:57
10. Medical Scrubs Can Provide Color Therapy
Medical scrub colors are more about what matches with what. The colors you wear can make your patients feel calm, energized, or strong, and can make you feel the same way in turn. Medical scrubs can serve as an effective form of color therapy, as well as communicate welcome feelings with your pat...
healthy-living - Wed, 27 Jun 2012 23:09:02
11. Common Employee Motivation Myths
Think you know what's behind employee motivation? The things you assume contribute to productivity may not actually spur employee motivation. Employees who are motivated work better, however, and knowing how to get your team motivated and ready to go is crucial to success. Many employers assume ...
business-and-work - Wed, 20 Jun 2012 18:42:46
12. Fingerprint Time Clocks Benefit the Workplace
Incorporating the use of a fingerprint time clock in your workplace environment offers many advantages, leading to greater employee productivity and honesty. Fingerprint time clocks enable employees to clock in and out using their own fingerprint - there's no need to carry around an employee bad...
business-and-work - Tue, 19 Jun 2012 21:53:53
13. How to Talk to Your Medical Professional
Talking to a medical professional is sometimes a nerve wracking proposition. You walk into the office and are faced with medical professionals all decked out in medical scrubs and all of a sudden you're tongue tied. You need to take control of your medical care and get your questions answered. Yo...
healthy-living - Thu, 14 Jun 2012 23:54:28
14. Medical Scrubs Make The Perfect Gift
Giving a family member, friend or loved one a gift of medical scrubs lets them know that you not only have great taste in gifts but that you value the service they provide. Giving medical scrubs offers the recipient a way to save money and add to the workday wardrobe. When you consider that medic...
healthy-living - Tue, 22 May 2012 22:25:46
15. Why Nurses Wear Scrubs
Certainly you have noticed that the majority of workplaces have some sort of uniform for employees. When a uniform is not required, a dress code of some kind usually is. No matter what type of uniform there is, it must be appropriate for the kind of work done and the activity which is involved. F...
healthy-living - Fri, 11 May 2012 19:10:14
16. Scrubs Fashion 2012
With summer on the horizon, you may be looking for a way to shake up your hospital scrubs wardrobe. While you can't go overboard with your scrubs you can certainly look for ways to help yourself stand out from the crowd and brighten up the lives of your patients when they see you! Depending on th...
healthy-living - Mon, 30 Apr 2012 17:12:13
17. Cleaning Your Scrubs Effectively
With the many things a nurse's scrubs encounter in a given day, getting them entirely clean is often a concern. Just removing stains is not enough. It is essential to rid your scrubs of all traces of harmful microorganisms that may be present on the uniform. In some occurrences, a thorough washin...
healthy-living - Tue, 17 Apr 2012 23:10:44
18. Job Satisfaction High Among Nurses
In 2006, a ten-year longitudinal study was born. It focused on registered nurses, newly licensed, and was called the RN Work Project. The purpose of the RN Work Project was to learn more about career patterns for RNs, as well as realize the reasons behind turnover. This study documented intention...
healthy-living - Wed, 11 Apr 2012 23:35:09
19. Why You Didnt Land the Job
The recession is difficult for everyone looking for a job - even in the medical field. There are many reasons though that a good nurse will get passed over for a job. It could be anything from simply not making a connection with the hiring manager, to differing nursing styles to wearing medical s...
healthy-living - Tue, 27 Mar 2012 21:29:40
20. Scrub Fashion Blunders
Wearing scrubs day after day to work can become a drag and it might lead you to want to shake things up and put your own special mark on the outfit. There are many fashion snafus you can make, however, and above all you need to always be a professional. Let's face it, you're working with patients...
healthy-living - Wed, 22 Feb 2012 21:31:25
21. How to Get Scrubs For All Special Fit Issues
If you are one of the millions of medical workers who need scrubs for work, no doubt you have been frustrated with size and fit issues. You are not alone. Since every human body is unique, some of the name-brand scrubs makers miss the mark occasionally. If you are tall, short, skinny, or not so s...
healthy-living - Thu, 09 Feb 2012 18:32:06
22. Why Some Nurses Like Color Coded Scrubs And Others Dont
Did you know that some hospitals have color coded medical scrubs for nurses? They do as a way to differentiate various departments from one another as well as to let other medical professionals know which level of service each of the nurses performs. For example, RNs may wear navy blue while nurs...
healthy-living - Tue, 24 Jan 2012 17:02:06
23. Types Of Nursing Careers
There are many kinds of nursing jobs available for individuals who are interested in going into a career where they can put their talents to work helping people. Nursing jobs are in the career paths of: registered nursing/ (RN), licensed practical nursing or licensed vocational nurses (LPN/LVN), ...
healthy-living - Tue, 17 Jan 2012 17:14:15
24. Scrubs And The Secret Language Of Fashion
Those who are in the know when it comes to workplace fashion think your scrubs say a lot about you. That's right, scrubs speak! Seriously, of all the trends, styles, and color choices, what you pick to wear to work tells much about your personality, the experts say. In the medical profession, alm...
fashion-and-beauty - Fri, 06 Jan 2012 20:15:25
25. Tips to Succeed in Nursing School
Succeeding in nursing school is like succeeding in other areas of your life and one of the best ways to make certain you succeed in nursing school is by showing up to class and paying attention. Unlike high school, no one is taking attendance so it's up to you to police yourself. Chances are thou...
healthy-living - Mon, 12 Dec 2011 23:01:47
26. A Guide to Buying Quality Medical Scrubs
When you go to buy medical scrubs for your job, jot down a few tips to make the task easy, enjoyable, and rewarding. Start out by writing down your price range, favorite colors, any style amenities, and the type of material you prefer. Don't forget about modesty, as professional work places requi...
healthy-living - Tue, 22 Nov 2011 15:13:02
27. How to Incorporate Outwear Into Your Scrubs
Although nursing scrubs are comfortable and can be very fun and festive, a downfall is that they are not very warm. Typically, nurses consider adding clothing under their scrubs during those colder months. While layering is effective, there are more fashionable options. With the colder weather co...
healthy-living - Wed, 09 Nov 2011 20:40:48
28. How to Properly Sanitize Your Hospital Scrubs
Physicians, nurses and hospital janitorial staff are typically required to wear hospital scrubs to work. The scrubs are a hospital uniform staple that consists of lightweight clothing that lets the hospital worker move freely and are free of buckles, zippers or other items that could come in cont...
healthy-living - Wed, 26 Oct 2011 21:22:55
29. The Six Major Stressors for Nurses
It is an understatement to say that nursing is a stressful occupation. Nursing is by its very nature a job that demands multitasking skills. Whether hurrying down the corridors of a bustling emergency ward, attending to the deathly ill, or delivering a newborn, nurses face an enormous amount of p...
healthy-living - Wed, 19 Oct 2011 21:05:16
30. How to Deal With Four Major Allergies
Nurses should be aware that research shows greater than half of all Americans will test positive to a minimum of one allergen. Based on this research, at least half of any occupational group are probably allergic to something. Nurses are included in this, of course.
healthy-living - Wed, 12 Oct 2011 21:18:38
31. Why There is a School Nurse Shortage
Have you wondered why, when you drop your children off at school, there are no signs for school nurses or information available regarding that day's on-call nurse's name? These days, scrubs are rarely seen on school campuses. Most schools do not have full-time nurses and only about half of all s...
healthy-living - Tue, 27 Sep 2011 22:03:40
32. Tips for Washing Medical Scrubs
If you're in the medical profession, chances are you wear scrubs on a daily basis and because of this you need to wash them every day. The need for daily washing cannot be stressed enough, but for those who work in a hospital or medical setting certainly understand the need for them to be cleaned...
healthy-living - Thu, 08 Sep 2011 20:36:18
33. The Importance of Eating Healthy as a Nurse
According to nutrition experts, nurses are not eating enough. For many in this profession, relaxing during breaks usually overrides the need for a decent meal, a habit that is only perpetuated by hectic schedules and long working hours. Though while many people aim to eat less, those in medical s...
healthy-living - Tue, 30 Aug 2011 17:34:10
34. How Medical Schools are Screening for Better Doctors
Does your doctor have good bedside manners? If so, that could due to a new screen process that some medical schools are adopting. This new process looks for personality and social skills along with academic excellence, and considers these new factors in potential medical school students during ad...
healthy-living - Wed, 17 Aug 2011 22:30:21
35. How to Be a Safe Patient
Going to a hospital should be a safe experience, so that the problem at hand can be focused upon. While seeking treatment is important, however, research shows that some patients actually catch an infection while in the hospital. There are ways to protect yourself against this happening so that y...
healthy-living - Tue, 09 Aug 2011 21:51:49
36. Medical Scrubs Outlet
Medical Scrubs Outlet offers an extensive collection of affordable and stylish scrubs. We offer many functional uniforms and scrubs for any medical professional. Buy with confidence with our "No Hassle Return Policy". If for any reason you are unhappy with your purchase, simply send it back. We w...
healthy-living - Wed, 25 Aug 2010 22:08:25

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