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How Are Allergies Diagnosed?

Why get an allergy test? According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, more than 50 million Americans have allergies. Having allergic symptoms such as congestion or skin irritation is annoying at best and sometimes even life-altering. Properly identifying allergies and making a treatment plan with a doctor aids in a healthy lifestyle. For

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Staying Safe As a Pedestrian

Almost 6,000 pedestrians were killed in traffic accidents in 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC makes it clear that simply walking around town can be dangerous, as being a pedestrian makes you 1.5 times more likely to be killed in a crash than someone who is inside a vehicle.

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5 Most Common Workplace Injuries

According to the Bureau of Labour Statistics, 2.8 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses were reported in 2017. This is a staggering number that causes distress to the workers, reducing their productivity, which in turn affects the organization. The jobs entailing the largest number of workplace injuries are service (like police and firefighters), transportation &

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Text Messaging Benefits for Staffing Companies

Text messaging is the most effective way of communicating. According to sources, text messages are opened at a rate of 98% which is astounding when you compare it to emails which are opened at only 20%. What this means is that when you want to reach somebody with valuable information, you’re more likely to have

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Expanding Your Reach Beyond Your Niche

As an entrepreneur, you’ve probably read a lot of stuff about the importance of finding your own niche in the past, Chances are you’ve taken that to heart and set up a company that specializes in say healthcare or diet shakes or web design or whatever. That’s good because it enables you to forge a

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The Skills You Need To Be A Leader

Being a leader in any industry or profession is a tough job. Whether you’re looking at medical leaders, political leaders, office management, or another industry, having things like clinical skills, business competencies, and interpersonal/soft skills is essential. Below, we’re going to go into more detail on the skills needed to be a leader. Whether you

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