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Is the Noah's Ark Syndrome Obsolete?

23rd October 2012
***There are no links in this article*** Is the Noah's Ark Syndrome Obsolete? by Connie H. Deutsch In the old days, before the feminist movement, before women competed with men for high level careers, before women wanted more for themselves than be... Read >
Author: Connie H. Deutsch

How to Become a Doctor in the UK

01st December 2011
Medicine is an exciting field that is always changing with new discoveries and techniques being developed every year. A career as a doctor is held in high esteem, pays well, and offers continuous challenges. Itís no wonder why the competition to get into ... Read >
Author: Mark Armstrong

Specialty Choice - Take the Medical Specialty Aptitude Test

10th May 2011
Ever since you entered the medical school, you have likely been asked many questions about the specialty you will choose. Selecting your medical specialty is a crucial step in your career, so you should learn which specialties are most suited to your natu... Read >
Author: Steve Bohler

Why Men Pull Away? What Does a Man Really Mean With What He Is Saying?

28th March 2011
Why men pull away? Itís an all too often familiar situation. A man tells a woman that he is not ready to be in a relationship with her, only for her to find out soon after that he is dating another woman. Nothing can hurt worse than hearing these words fr... Read >
Author: Teecee Go

The Advantages and Drawbacks of Liposuction

24th May 2010
Liposuction surgery is the most commonly performed cosmetic surgery in the United States. More than a quarter of a million liposuctions were performed last year. It can be an effective means of removing excess body fat in healthy people, but cosmetic surg... Read >
Author: Darrin Lowe

Treating Aspergers Syndrome Naturally

07th May 2010
Daily parents are meeting with educational experts who share with them that their child has Asperger's and they feel helpless. These families start researching how to help their child - they look at diet and behavioral therapies. As they investigate the i... Read >
Author: LouAnn Mohler

Becoming An Orthopedic Surgeon

15th August 2009
A lot of of people in the job world are looking into becoming a doctor, but a growing field that is expanded pretty fast is the orthopedic surgeon realm. This is a very fun job that can earn you quite a bit of money but it is a very hard job to get in to.... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

Neurosurgery Locum Tenens

10th August 2009
There are three main parties involved when approaching the institution of neurosurgery locum tenens. The first party is the medical institution which opts to hire a locum tenens based on their specific financial or professional needs at the moment. The ot... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

Understanding General Surgery Employment

03rd August 2009
General surgery is one of the broader fields of surgery, though it in fact is mostly confined to procedures in the abdominal region, as well as skin conditions and a variety of other commonplace surgeries, such as hernias. Other branches of surgery focus ... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

Cost of studying as a doctor or a Nurse

21st July 2009
When you want to get into the health care profession, you'll have to go to school. What you want to do in that profession, where your interests lie, and the cost of your education will all be things that you'll have to consider. Nurses and doctors are the... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Psychiatrist Job: Everything You Need to Know

10th July 2009
The job outlook for psychiatrists is expected to be very good in the United States, especially in rural areas. While the requirements are demanding, usually involving extensive training in medical school, the benefits of becoming a psychiatrist are very g... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

Getting Ready for Surgery: Back Surgery Procedure Preparation

06th May 2007
If you are having a back surgery procedure in the near future, you'll have several things to do to prepare for the operation. This check list is intended to help you anticipate what you'll need to do to get ready for most back surgery procedures. Your sur... Read >
Author: Egalthan

The Benefits of Outsourcing for Hospital Credentialing

11th May 2006
Hospital credentialing is the most intensive credentialing process for medical providers, repeated more frequently than other credentialing standards and involving more organization contacts and supporting documents. The amount of staff time and the expen... Read >
Author: Tammy White
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