Promoting employee health in the workplace

The August 2013 figures from the Bureau of Labor reveal that 4,383 fatal workplace injuries took place in the US in 2012.  A healthy workplace is a more productive environment and it is the responsibility of employers and employees to ensure that all are working in safety. Health and Safety Regulations  It has become increasingly

Healthy Holidays in Greece

Greece is one of the world’s most incredible destinations. The ancient history of Athens enchants visitors while the islands offer everything from all-night parties to remote cultures that are untouched by outside influence. However, one of the most memorable elements of Greek holidays is the food. The Eastern Mediterranean diet is famous for its health benefits and delicious

How to Reduce the Risk of Food Poisoning with Basic Hygiene

Food poisoning is not only incredibly uncomfortable, but in some cases it can also lead to serious illnesses or death. Food poisoning tends to occur in restaurants, but food poisoning occurs in homes as well. Reduce your risk of food poisoning at home by following these basic hygiene tips when preparing food. 1. Wash your

Growth of IT Jobs in the Medical Industry

Today it seems like everything is being computerized. This is great news because it makes everyone’s jobs a lot easier while increasing accuracy. One industry that is really benefiting from the advancement of computer database technology is the medical industry. Traditionally, medical health records were stored on hard copy paper documents and transferred from one

How to Find New Clients as a Mental Health Counselor

  The National Institute on Mental Health (NIMH) reports that Americans have a one-in-four chance of developing a diagnosable mental health issue at some point in life. What this means for you as a counseling student or professional counselor is that potential clients are everywhere. The challenge for many counselors is that much of counseling