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Why the Health Care Industry Needs Millennials Now

April 22, 2017 | 10:00am
Thinking about groups of people by cross-generation characteristics can be overly simplifying. As long as you take it with a grain of salt — people are unique individuals, after all! — it can also provide some insight into the unique skills that those with a certain prospective bring to the Read More

You Can Help Lift the Mental Health Stigma

April 20, 2017 | 10:00am
Living with a mental illness is challenging, and becomes even more so when you consider the stigma that often accompanies these conditions. Those struggling often have trouble reaching out and getting help. Fortunately, there's an on-going movement to lift the stigma that's drawing on the power of sharing experiences. Interested Read More

4 Tips to Survive (and Love) Your First Year as a Nurse

April 17, 2017 | 10:00am
Nursing is a very demanding and intense profession. While nursing school does its best to prepare you for it, the first year on the job is going to be full of new experiences. Who better to help you set your expectations than a registered nurse like Jamille Cañano who has Read More

Study Tips for College Students

April 15, 2017 | 10:00am
As a college student, you'll spend plenty of weekends at the library, on the quad or in a quiet place trying to absorb all of the information you learned throughout the week. The good study habits you picked up in high school are a good start. Just add taking organized Read More

Why Would I Want to Attend an Enrichment Program?

April 13, 2017 | 9:00am
No matter which health care career path you choose, your studies are going to take a substantial amount of your time, effort and attention. Knowing what's next is the key to your success. It’s never too soon to start planning which program you'll complete or which class you'll take next, Read More

Minority Cancer Awareness Week Highlights Health Disparities

April 10, 2017 | 9:00am
Cancer affects each person differently, yet research shows minority groups are consistently dealing with a greater cancer burden than whites. Researchers contribute most of this to factors like poverty and lack of access to high-quality treatment. The American Cancer Society's Minority Cancer Awareness Week is a public health campaign focused Read More

Quick Cooking Tips for College Students

April 8, 2017 | 9:00am
Between a strict college budget, limited time to cook and lack of space, healthy eating can seem nearly impossible. College cafeterias are not known for their organic produce or low-sodium meals. We collected some cooking tips for college students to help you stay healthy even as you manage a busy Read More

What Does a Horseshoe Crab Have to Do with Public Health?

April 6, 2017 | 9:00am
National Public Health Week serves as a fantastic reminder that we can all play a part in making our society as healthy as it possibly can be. Even if you already recognize that you're drawn to public health as a career, you might be surprised to find that some of Read More

Spotlight on National Autism Awareness Month

April 3, 2017 | 9:00am
National Autism Awareness Month strives to promote autism awareness and assure that each person affected by autism is able to achieve their highest possible quality of life. If you're interested in increasing acceptance and appreciation for families affected by autism, there are many different health care careers that you could Read More

Discover the Benefits of Yoga for Students

April 1, 2017 | 9:00am
You're a college student. You have exams to prepare for, a job (or maybe even two!) that take up much of your time and family responsibilities to add on top of all of that. What you might not have is a sense of how to balance all of these competing Read More
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