Fitness regimes across the globe come with their own varied set of motives, checklists, and not to forget weight scales. The common denominator in each of them would border on the lines of the obvious- i.e, to stay fit, lose weight, get in shape, and so on. These reasons might not make you want to jump out of bed with zeal to hit the gym, because what errs on the
High-quality imported rugs are durable and a result of great artisanship, but the ravages of time, dust and dirt can tarnish a bit of that original glow – at times even harming the exquisite fabrics. Take care of your precious rugs so you can enjoy their luster and sheen for a very long time. Here are some recommendations on how you can go about this. Remove the dust First, you
Comparing traditional medical practice to locum tenens work is like comparing the work of a day laborer against that of a self-employed contractor. There is a world of difference between the two. It is a difference significant enough to lead growing numbers of doctors to give up on traditional practice in favor of locum contracting. Indeed, the ranks of locum tenens physicians are steadily growing in the U.S. An October
A big part of landing a job is selling yourself to the prospective employer. It is about convincing the employer that you are the right fit for the job in question. Whether you are a recent medical school grad looking for your first job or a seasoned professional with years of experience, how well you sell yourself may very well determine whether you get that dream job you’re hoping for.
In all the talk over whether stem cell and PRP therapies constitute genuine medicine or not, what seems to have been lost are the actual reasons people choose to undergo one of the two procedures. One of the most commonly cited reasons is relief from chronic pain. People just want relief without having to pop prescription pills for the rest of their lives. Stop and think about that reality for
Last December, baseball’s Los Angeles Angels revealed that a star player from Japan had received platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections prior to joining the team. The announcement would not have been so unusual had Angels general manager Billy Eppler not mentioned the fact that the treatments were meant to be preventative. According to news reports, two-way player Shohei Ohtani was given the injections by his Japanese team in response to a