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Starting a career as a social worker

Social work is a sector which spans a wide range of people and problems to be overcome, offering a great career path for people of all kinds. Social work can be very rewarding and has proven to be particularly resilient throughout the recession. For these reasons, it is fast becoming a popular choice for people across the UK. Here, we take a look at the steps you ought to take with a view to... ❯❯❯

Roots and All: A Brief History of Dentistry

Teeth are pretty important to us humans. In addition to the whole helping us eat thing, teeth have a great deal of aesthetic and emotional power as well. They play a central role in our facial expressions, which communicate our emotions to the world and help us connect with our fellow members of the species. They can be used as a weapon, or even a warning—baring the teeth in a non-friendly... ❯❯❯

The Most Common Risk Factors for Back Pain

Over 31 million people suffer from some type of back pain. In fact, back pain is listed as the number one reason why people call in sick to work. There are a number of circumstances that can cause back pain. Moreover, there are multiple parts of our back that can be in pain: from the upper back to the lower back. These pains can be from strained muscles, torn ligaments, ruptured discs and more.... ❯❯❯

5 Tips for Selecting Healthy Foods When You Order In

All of us have days when we walk into the house, look into our kitchen and realize that the last thing that we want to do is pull something out of the refrigerator to cook. Sure, it may be healthier but we’re simply too tired to go the extra mile. So, we decide to order in. Here’s the thing, though. Just because you are having food delivered to you, that doesn’t automatically... ❯❯❯

5 Healthy Foods to Pack for a Picnic

This summer is a perfect time to take a picnic – either with your family, your kids, your significant other or even solo. Researchers have just found that one of the best and most effective ways to alleviate stress is to simply go to a park and have a picnic. And when you are choosing the food to bring on your picnic it is important to keep in mind some healthful options. You don’t... ❯❯❯

How to prepare for a new healthy lifestyle

Diving into a new health regime can be a little difficult and intimidating, particularly if you haven’t had regular exercise in a while. You might even think that you need to ‘get fit’ in preparation for getting fit, which is probably a good idea. This article goes over some of the aspects of getting prepared for a new fitness regime. Once you’ve taken certain steps,... ❯❯❯

Top Five Ways to Try to Prevent Cystitis

In order to understand what you can do to try to prevent cystitis it helps to know what causes cystitis in the first place, to ensure that you avoid these things as best you can. Cystitis can be caused by several things; one of the most common, a bacterial infection, occurs when bacteria enter the bladder and multiply. This often happens if you are unable to empty your bladder... ❯❯❯

The Effects of Global Warming on Your Health

Many people are unaware that the rapidly changing climate is actually affecting their health. Before 40 years ago, people didn’t know or have the resources to understand that global warming can actually affect people’s well being. More and more studies are being reported that show global warming is actually affecting people’s health in a number of different ways. With issues,... ❯❯❯

5 Tips to Help You Achieve Healthy Teeth and Gums

We all know that we’re supposed to brush our teeth at least twice a day, although after every meal is better, and most of us are also aware that flossing and rinsing should be part of the daily routine, as well. What you may not understand (or remember from childhood lessons) is why you are supposed to do these things. Bacteria in your mouth forms plaque on your teeth, and when you eat, food... ❯❯❯

Tips for Chiropractors: Simplify Forms, Streamline Appointment Reminders

Tips from a Personal Injury Attorney: In my many years of working as a personal injury attorney; working with clients immediately after they have experienced traumatic back pain or injuries from car accidents, I have come to realize the importance of creating a seamlesspatient experience. The tips and best practices I have devised for creating a postive client- lawyer... ❯❯❯