17Mar/18

Tips On Getting Into Your Dream Job

The world is in a constant state of change, and this is much more so evident in the job market. Industries left and right are starting to rise, and work related to creatives and technology are on the lead to be extremely attractive. Sageworks stats indicate that jobs in the information technology and construction sectors in fact dominate growing industries in the United States. This is alongside Inc predictions that industries such as content marketing, biotechnology, and virtual reality are set to bloom in the coming years.

If there’s anything the above states, it’s not exactly that you should change careers. However, you should make more proactive steps in making sure you land in your dream job in the ever competitive job market. Here are some tips for you:

  • You have to know what you want. Before you attempt things such as interviews and networking with professionals, do understand the
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17Mar/18

The Consequences of DUI: Risks of Alcoholism to Health

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention statistics indicate that excessive alcohol consumption can in fact not just harm your health but drastically decrease your lifespan. CDC numbers in the United States indicate that in the from 2006 to 2010, there were around 88,000 deaths and approximately 2.5 million years of potential life that vanished due to alcoholism. This means those who have died at the time may have had 30 more years to live if it weren’t for alcoholism.

When Is Drinking Too Much?

 

Defining “alcoholism” however, can be tricky due to its potentially broad scope. It may help to first put things to perspective by defining that a a “drink” has alcohol amounting to a standard of 0.6 ounces. This is found in 1.5 ounces of 80 proof distilled liquor or spirits such as whiskey, vodka, and rum; wine measuring 5 ounces; malt liquor that is 8 ounces; … Read More

17Mar/18

Taking Better Care Of Yourself After An Injury

Statistics from the World Health Organization state that nine percent of worldwide mortality every year is in fact a result of injuries and violence. This means that around five million individuals globally pass away due to complications arising from falls, poisoning, traffic collisions, drowning, and burns. Although these numbers do seem overwhelming, it don’t necessarily mean that gaining an injury will automatically bring you one step closer to death. This does, however, mean that taking better care of yourself after an injury is a vital part of ensuring your health in the future. Here are ways to do this:

  • Follow your prescription, medication, therapy recommendations. Perhaps one of the most important parts of taking care of yourself after an injury is to strictly follow the prescription, medication, and therapy prescribed by your physical therapist, doctor, and/or psychologist. This allows your body to be able to adjust properly to the injury
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17Mar/18

How To Keep Yourself Safe On The Roads As A Pedestrian

According to numbers from the World Health Organization, vehicle accidents have become the eighth leading reason for fatalities to occur to individuals worldwide. This is because an approximate 4,300 people die from such crashes, totalling into an estimate of 1.25 million people dying all over the world for the same reason every year. Of this data, half of the people involved are actually from the WHO demographic known as “vulnerable road users,” and these are often individuals that use motorcycles, bicycles, or are just pedestrians. Aside from casualties, 20 to 50 million more people that are involved in such accidents are expected to survive but gain disabilities or even suffer various injuries as a result.

While these numbers indicate quite an alarming frequency of these accidents, it’s not impossible to try to stay safe against such occurrences. Below are some tips on how to keep yourself safe on the … Read More

17Mar/18

Best Ways To Cope With A Personal Injury

World Health Organization data indicates that injuries, especially those from burns, falls, poisoning, drowning, and traffic collisions, in fact cause the deaths of more than five million people around the world every year. This amounts to nine percent of global death rates, and in turn makes injury an extremely serious matter. While injuries do differ from one person to the next, here are some of the best ways to cope with a personal injury that can help you on your way to a speedy recovery:

Developing A Mentality of Growth

 

When you have a personal injury, sometimes you get feelings of sadness, anger, or even hate that will overwhelm you for a while. This is a normal circumstance, but these are also things you shouldn’t allow to consume your life. Whether you’re prescribed medicine and/or therapy, it’s important to remember that you should develop a mentality for growth to fully … Read More