2022

Does Your Business Have High-Risk Injury Stress? Get Your Employees Trained In These Areas Immediately

If your workplace is a high-risk area for injury and you want to make sure you are prepared for emergencies, or if a recent emergency has made you more fearful of people getting injured on the job, you want to make sure that your staff is trained properly. Not all staff members need to have an extensive rescue and response background, but it's worth the investment to have managers or specific staff members level 3 first aid certified. Read More 

Pelvic Floor Problems? Signs To Watch For

Your pelvic floor muscles are much harder workers than you might have thought, and many people learn just how much these muscles do when they suddenly experience problems with weak, stretched, or otherwise problematic pelvic floor muscles. Often caused by pregnancy or physical strain, pelvic floor muscle problems can lead to a variety of different problems, many of which can be uncomfortable and embarrassing. Here's a look at some of the symptoms that you should discuss with your doctor because they could indicate that you have problems with your pelvic floor muscles. Read More 

Three Reasons To Wear Long-Sleeved Scrubs

When you shop for medical scrubs to wear for your healthcare job, you'll see a lot of shirts that have short sleeves. While this design is popular, you can expect to also see long sleeves on several garments—especially if you shop at a medical supplier that carries a large selection of scrubs. Short sleeves have several advantages, but you may want to seriously consider buying at least a few garments with long sleeves. Read More