Archive for December, 2011
The healthcare industry is rapidly changing due to advancements in technology, over budgeting, and the heavy burden on facilities. Thus out of necessity it is evolving and with that, certain healthcare industry trends throughout 2011 have been recognised, giving insight into what we can expect from the global healthcare industry in the feature. Technology in particular will play a major role, affecting patients to doctors to those in health economics jobs.
There are many indoor and outdoor activities that will benefit our health in terms of fitness. Many people frequent the gym for their daily dose of endorphin boosting and heart pumping exercise but there are some activities that people enjoy that have a whole load of benefits. In this article we will look at rock climbing and discuss the benefits of rock climbing both physical and mental. Get your Scruffs boots ready and come take a climb with us.
Researching cures for cancer, genetic ailments and other incurable diseases can only be possible with bright new clinical jobs; one of the most important being that of the biostatician. If you were one of the few kids in class who couldn’t wait to deduce an equation or solve arithmetic problems then there is certainly a career path for you that combines your love of mathematics with the combat of disease. While the majority of folks who love maths end up in engineering, the less obvious path of the biostatician provides jobs for clinical research that are not only lucrative but also incredibly important for the human race moving forward as a whole. Even in clinical assistant jobs working as an apprentice biostatician has an entry level pay that is very impressive. Clinical assistant jobs provide the medical community with the grunt work needed to aggressively combat disease; crunching the statistics of medical trial and error allows for informed and academic progress in the way of predicting the best possible research paths.
For some time frozen foods have earned the bad reputation of being convenient, yet compromising on quality and taste. However, if we look at the process of traditional flash freezing, quality frozen foods can lock in nutrients and flavour if done correctly. Like fresh food, some frozen foods are great for your health, others lack any dietary benefits. Below we will examine the history and process of flash freezing foods, and what to look out for when purchasing from frozen food shops, wholesalers, refrigerated transport services and supermarkets.
A radical official cancer plan will be published by the Welsh Government today, in an effort to reduce the rates of the disease in line with the lowest levels in Europe and improve treatment in Wales. In Wales, cancer survival rates have been improving due to earlier diagnosis and improved treatment. Despite this, certain forms of cancer like lung cancer are particularly high in deprived communities and Wales ranks as having some of the highest cases of cancer in the UK and Western Europe. Thus an overarching national cancer plan, titled Together Against Cancer, will set out the improvements that cancer patients can expect by 2016.
The history of medicine time line will explore all of the groundbreaking facts and happenings regarding medicine from a time even before Christ. It will look at how medicine has evolved and how it has changed dramatically to make strides in technology, discoveries and medical logistics. This will be like taking a mini history of medicine course in a very compact manner.
- 2600 BC- In Egypt, Imhotep formulates the diagnosis and treatment of 200 diseases ravaging Egypt.
- 500 BC- An important event in medicine history, Alcmaen of Croton distinguished the difference between veins and arteries.
There has been much speculation around frozen food and how it is not good for your health. There has always been a negative stigma attached to it and arguments have centered on the fact that people think they contain preservatives and that frozen food may lack in flavor and nutrients. Many of these frozen food myths are not true and in this article we will set the record straight about three of the thoughts regarding this topical issue.
- Myth: All frozen products contain preservatives
Ordinarily, when people amuse the thought of growing their own vegetables or herbs, visions of spring pop to mind- the sun is shining and they see images of themselves in shorts and T-shirts as they tend to the garden. However, with the help of some good cover, growing winter vegetables in the UK can be as productive and satisfying.