5 Easy New Year’s Resolutions To Improve Your Health

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Sometimes setting easier resolutions works better than making ambitious ones  Are you going to turn over a new leaf in the New Year? Exercise every day, lose weight, keep the house clean, stop smoking, and teach yourself a foreign language? If so, then this article is not for you. But if you are like many of us who break our resolutions by January 15, then read on! We are promoting 5 ideas for simple New Year’s resolutions that you can keep. They may not be earth-shattering or life-changing, but little by little, they can help to improve your health and wellness, and what’s more, they may put you in the right frame of mind to take on more ambitious goals as the year goes on! Resolution #1: Step your way…
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10 Resume Tips for Nursing Jobs

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If you are looking for nursing and allied health jobs, use these tips today! If you are looking for a nursing job or a job in the field of allied health, your resume is the first thing a potential employer will want to see. Whether you are applying for a job online, emailing your resume to someone, or handing a resume directly to a hiring manager, you want your resume to stand out. Remember, a resume is your way of marketing yourself to employers, so you want it to emphasize your most important work experience and clinical skills. And as much as possible, you want your skills to match the skills that appear in the job ad. Help, I don’t have any job experience to put on my resume! Some…
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8 Ways to Prevent the Flu from Spreading

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Students in training for healthcare careers should take special note What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of preventing the flu and other contagious illnesses? Washing your hands? Covering your mouth when you cough? The Centers for Disease Control has one recommendation that ranks as #1: Get a flu shot! Have you gotten yours yet? Every year, the flu spreads across the country.  The peak months are typically December through February. Read these tips to find out what you can do to help the spread of this serious disease. Tip #1. “Get the flu shot,” says the CDC According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), getting the flu shot is the “single best way to prevent seasonal flu.” If you have health insurance, flu shots…
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Salter School of Nursing and Seacoast Career Schools Work Together for Positive Change

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Salter School of Nursing and Seacoast Career schools combine to collect over 1,300 items for local food bank Manchester, NH. Hunger is an important issue in the United States, and this fact is drawn into sharp focus in Manchester, New Hampshire, where 1 in 5 children is food insecure. Throughout the state of New Hampshire, it is estimated that over 42,000 children are food insecure.* Our food drive at the Salter School of Nursing is helping to raise awareness of this issue. We are proud to be partnering with the New Hampshire Food Bank to help the families and children of New Hampshire who are food insecure. The Food Bank works with hundreds of groups throughout the state to help collect food donations. The Salter School of Nursing is so…
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