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Find a Career You Were Meant to Have by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 21 Sep 2010 1:53pm Even people fortunate enough to have a job in today’s economy are unhappy at work. According to a recent survey by the Conference Board, less than half of American workers experience job satisfaction—the lowest level recorded by the research group in 22 years. The drop in workers’ satisfaction is due in part to the worst recession since t ... Read on »
“I don’t like my job ... by Inspire Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 6:31pm “I don’t like my job, I need to find something different, my client said in yesterday’s life coaching session. Whether it’s in an executive coaching or life coaching session I find that in many ways the people I work with are facing the same challenge. They are dissatisfied with what they are doing. In their minds there are a myriad of reaso ... Read on »
Dr. Rob vs Philalawyer: A Running Conversation on the Intersection of Work and Life - Part II by Dr. Rob Dobrenski Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 7:16pm This is Part II of a running conversation between myself and Philalawyer on some of the themes that negatively impact the American worker. You can read Part I here. On Pointlessness PL: We know that part of our current economic crisis is caused by greed, status anxiety and class envy. I have a theory, however, that a large contributing cau ... Read on »
Work factors| Muscle Pain by Dr. Jennifer C. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 23 May 2009 10:10pm Saturday, May 23, 2009  This study determined the influence of short term exposure to mechanical factors on regional musculoskeletal pain on full time newly employed workers (1081 subjects (median age 23, range 20-27) from 12 occupational groups and information collected by questionnaire.   Subjects indicated on a blank body manikin any low ... Read on »
Cancer in Dogs: Natural Ways to Prevent and Treat It by Jan R. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 23 Jul 2008 5:18pm 46% of all dogs who die of disease now die of cancer.That’s an astonishing figure, isn’t it? Forty-six percent! Imagine half of your own friends dying of cancer. You’d surely be doing everything possible to stay healthy and disease free, wouldn’t you? Well, cancer will kill half your dog’s friends. The time has come to shift your focus f ... Read on »
Chucking a Sickie by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 03 Aug 2008 6:08pm ByEmily Stephens Chucking a sickie. That’s Australian for “faking a sick day” at work. There’s a new Australian-basedwebsitewhere anyone can buy a fake sick note in order to be excused from work or get out of a bad gym membership. Medical authorities are warning employees against using the online company. The notes cost about $38 each and are ... Read on »
Healthcare Provider Burnout: Disenchantment to Apathy, A coping process. by Mike P. Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 9:14pm 1 Comment I suspect it is safe to say that all jobs that characteristically have large amounts of stress incorporated into the daily grind produce a level of burnout that is proportionate to the level of stress. The higher the stress level, the more likely the career professional will experience burnout at some point in their career. Healthcare profes ... Read on »
Celebrate Your Love This Valentine’s Day by Chris .. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 11 Feb 2009 2:59pm Valentine’s Day is better than New Year’s Day. While at the start of the year, we look to focus on how to improve ourselves, Valentine’s Day has us look within to celebrate your love and how they enrich your life. Love is good for the heart. Love calms your blood pressure, soothes your soul. It’s so easy to get caught in the course of ever ... Read on »
Time to shut down by Pharmacy God .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 26 Sep 2008 5:16pm Pharmacy God has been doing a lot of thinking lately. I've thought about this blog, my career, family, etc... and I've decided that it's time to get away from the blogging. I started this blog as a means to vent about work, share some stories, and get pharmacists to think about some of the issues facing the world of pharmacy. Hopefully it ha ... Read on »
Mentoring New Nurses--Well--is Vital by Glenna Murdock Registered Nurse Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 9:02pm The subject of new RNs being set adrift in their first jobs, not exactly rudderless but with insufficient guidance, has been popping up in a number of journals and online discussions. The confidence of new RNs may be shaky and they are often, understandably, tentative. It seems there is a need for the mentoring of new graduates that, in many ca ... Read on »