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Consider a Career as a Patient Care Technician

16th January 2012
If you genuinely like to help everyday people, a job as a Patient Care Technician (PCT) might actually be the smart one for you. Technicians work in unison with health professionals and nurses to give exceptional care for people in medical centers, office... Read >
Author: Brian Geren

Phlebotomist Salary - how much does a phlebotomist make

13th January 2011
The median expected salary for a typical Phlebotomist in the United States is $29,085. This basic market pricing report was prepared using our Certified Compensation Professionals' analysis of survey data collected from thousands of HR departments at empl... Read >
Author: MD Syai

Drinking and Driving in South Africa

17th December 2010
Drinking and driving has been described as "a national pastime" in South Africa. Contrary to this possibly humorous remark is the stark reality and consequences of drinking and driving on South African roads. In terms of legislation, the offence of dru... Read >
Author: Niselow Attorneys

Defenses to DWI Blood Charge

01st April 2010
Defenses to DWI Blood Charge By Kenneth Vercammen 1. THE STATE MUST PROVE PROBABLE CAUSE TO STOP THE MOTORIST AND TAKE BLOOD SAMPLES Automobiles are areas of privacy protected by the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution. State v. W... Read >
Author: Kenneth Vercammen Esq.

Menopause in German and Chinese Women

06th July 2009
Menopause in German and Chinese Women--An Analysis of Symptoms, TCM-diagnosis and Hormone Status* Rampp Thomas1, Tan Linda1, ZHANG Lin1, SUN Zhuo-jun2, Klose Petra1, Musial Frauke1, and Dobos Gustav Jurgen1ABSTRACT Objective: To investigate menopause-rela... Read >
Author: jackyluo

What can you see under optical microscopes?

03rd March 2009
Microscope is a great discovery done by famous inventors to help us enter the micro world. It is an important scientific instrument that helps to detect various diseases by analyzing the specimens and blood samples under the microscopes. The Optical Micro... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

What Are Typical Monthly Health Insurance Premiums Costs?

18th February 2009
There are two primary factors affecting health insurance policy rates and premiums The first item is your own health history as well as your family health. The second factor is age. While calculating the life insurance premiums and health insurance pr... Read >
Author: Ian Wright

Type 2 Diabetes | Mature Onset Diabetes

17th December 2005
Type 2 diabetes is sometimes referred to as mature onset diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is much more common than Type I. In Type 2 diabetes the pancreas either does not produce adequate levels of insulin or the body becomes resistant to its own insulin. Typ... Read >
Author: J. Brian Keith
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