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Spotlight on Animal Behaviorists

December 5, 2017 | 9:00am
If you have an Instagram account, chances are that you follow your friends, favorite celebs and maybe even a few TV shows. You probably follow a bunch of different accounts for cute puppies and kittens, too. It’s hard not to, when there are probably thousands of pet accounts and there Read More

Do I Have to Take All of These Tests?

November 30, 2017 | 9:00am
Standardized testing overshadows most of the years students spend in school. From kindergarten language tests to the SAT/ACT tests in high school, it seems that there is always some sort of standardized assessment on the horizon. Unfortunately, the SAT or ACT is not the final test in your educational journey. Read More

4 Ways to Avoid Burnout

November 28, 2017 | 9:00am
Health care providers have some of the highest burnout rates, with physicians being a prime example. Burnout can present itself in several ways, including emotional exhaustion, being cynical or sarcastic about patients and having a feeling of reduced accomplishment. "Over the last 25 years, repeated studies have shown an average of Read More

Mental Health Becomes a Celebrity Cause

November 23, 2017 | 4:02pm
Unfortunately, important topics within the health care community often do not receive the attention they deserve until someone famous speaks out. For example, earlier this year, Saturday Night Live cast member Pete Davidson opened up about his recent borderline personality disorder diagnosis. With over 3 million cases each year in the Read More

Social Media Privacy Settings Keep You Professional

November 21, 2017 | 9:00am
20 years ago, you could truly be anonymous on the web. Today, most students have accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Snapchat and more social media sites. As you send out your applications for school or internships, you should keep your social media accounts private, or keep the content appropriate Read More

Spotlight on Optometrists

November 16, 2017 | 9:00am
We spend hours of our day staring at screens on our laptops, tablets, TVs or smartphones. While we use these devices for work and entertainment, one health care career may have a thing or two to say about relying too much on technology. Optometrists, also known as Doctors of Optometry Read More

Public Health – Just One Click Away!

November 14, 2017 | 9:00am
Have you picked up on a theme? Public Health is all around you. It is super easy to experience public health especially since you do every day: buckling your seatbelt, brushing your teeth, not eating expired food, jogging to the bus stop so you aren’t late for school (still counts Read More

The Ins and Outs of Distance Learning

November 9, 2017 | 1:47pm
Today’s education system has shifted drastically from even 30 years ago. Now students are able to complete college requirements in a variety of ways, without ever stepping foot on campus. From dual enrollment courses in high school to CLEP exams, students can effectively start college with a semester or more Read More

10 Must-know Acronyms for Future Health Care Students

November 7, 2017 | 9:00am
“I need a CBC and EKG, stat!” We’ve all heard these acronyms, and many others being thrown around on television shows and in the emergency room. But what do they mean, and which ones do you really need to know? Each profession has their own internal language, from ten-codes in Read More

All Your Transcript Questions, Answered

November 2, 2017 | 9:00am
Ordering transcripts is a key part of the college application process, but one that you might forget in the rush to get your application done. Whether undergraduate, graduate, certificate or doctoral,  most programs require official transcripts be submitted with your application, so we've collected the most frequently asked questions about Read More
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