Three Important Healthcare Jobs For People Who Don't Want To Be Doctors

Posted on: 11 August 2016

If you've always wanted to work in healthcare because you're passionate about helping people, but you know you're not cut out to be a doctor or nurse, you should know there are other people-driven careers you can pursue. Here are three careers that you might consider that won't require you to cut into someone, deal with emergency-based trauma, or work crazy shifts.  1. Addiction Recovery Counseling and Treatment This is a job you might pursue independently of a large hospital, but addicted individuals still need medical, emotional, and psychological care.
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3 Common Ways To Treat Anxiety

Posted on: 10 August 2016

Anxiety can be a difficult issue to live with. Feeling as if you're physically or mentally unable to talk to individuals or simply be out in a crowd, whether this is due to feelings of judgment and persecution, or general unease, is no way to go through life. Luckily, there are ways to medically treat anxiety issues. Read on and discover just a few of the most common ways in which anxiety is treated.
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Exercise Options When You Need Knee Replacement Surgery

Posted on: 28 July 2016

If you have degenerative arthritis in your knees and you have been told you need a knee replacement, it may be painful for you to exercise. While staying active is the best way to combat stiffness from arthritis, how you exercise will have to change if your knees are painful when you engage in activities. If you're a runner, you may have to ease off of the running a bit and find other exercises that don't cause as much stress to your knee joints.
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After Your Broken Elbow: Restoring Full Use Of Your Arm

Posted on: 13 July 2016

Your broken elbow has been a literal pain the neck -- arm-- for several weeks. However, once the sling is off, you'll be more than happy to dive into activity again. However, it's typical that your elbow joint will be very still after the broken bones have healed. You will have to do some rehabilitation on the joint before you are able to bring it back to full usability. Here is what you can expect when helping your elbow fully recover.
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