Wednesday, September 25, 2013
The economy that is connected with health is actually increasing instead of decreasing like many other business sectors. With the huge Baby Boomer populace hitting senior citizen status, there are plenty of opportunities for people who need quality work with a good paycheck. Also, the health system is the only job in which you increase your own quality of life by directly increasing the quality of life of others, which is highly satisfying to many people.
Everybody is constantly in search of a great position to create a little more income as well as a better lifestyle for themselves and for their families. However, opportunities are scarce in an economy that is still being rocked by the aftermath of the dual banking and housing scandals of 2008. Most people are stuck at a living wage that is certainly decreasing all the time thanks to inflation.
On the other hand, this is not the life that you have to accept. Together with your hard work and the Master of Health Administration online Web programs which could give you your health government diploma, you have a chance to increase your lifestyle without spending hundreds of thousands of dollars. With your expanded set of skills and a few hours spent on a computer daily, you now have an employment resume and educational background that many medical facilities around the world are looking for in a very active way.
On the Web programs tend to be convenient in that they do not require the students to expend gas going to a classroom. There is also no fighting for the attention of the teacher. Classes online additionally usually do not restrict the standard lifestyle of today's modern working individual. In case you have a day job that you have to hold on in order to keep the car note and the mortgage paid in full, then you can definitely accomplish your goal of a higher education without losing money through an online program. You can complete the class assignments on your own time and allow yourself all of the time that you need in order to truly understand the material.
Friday, June 21, 2013
Traditional medicine is largely mechanistic treating the body as a machine with separate parts to be treated separately. Alternative, or complementary, medicine treats the body holistically, dealing with the whole body in its environment. In the past alternative methods, many of them ancient have been ignored by physicians. Today, however certain types of alternative medicine are used increasingly to complement traditional methods.
Acupressure: ancient Chinese and Japanese healing massage using fingertips pressure on pain relieving points around the body. These pressure points lie along the meridians used in Acupuncture. Acupressure balances the flow of Qi or Chi, the energy flowing through the meridians.
Acupuncture: Treatment of illness by sticking special needles into one or more of 2000 specific points that lie along invisible channels called meridians. This ancient Chinese therapy is believed to control the flow of Qi, the energy flowing along the meridians. Used in the treatment of arthritis, allergy, back pain and many other disorders.
Alexander technique: A method used to retain the body’s movements, positions and posture during all activities including sitting or reading. The method, which must be learned from qualified teachers, is believed to encourage good mental and physical health, and resistance to stress, by promoting harmony between mind and body.
Aromatherapy: Use of concentrated plant oils such as bergamot, eucalyptus or rosemary to treat conditions including stress, headaches and arthritis. Extracts, or essential oils, are massaged into the skin by aroma therapists; they can also be inhaled or added to baths.
Art therapy: Use of drawing and painting to encourage patients to explore and resolve deep seated fears and emotions that they find difficult to express in words. Used to treat addiction, alcoholism, anorexia and other conditions.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Sometimes antibodies themselves, from external sources, are injected into the body to provide protection without stimulating the immune system. This is called artificial passive immunity and is useful in providing instant protection where a disease might kill the person before their active immune system has time to come into operation. Examples include gamma globulin, given against hepatitis A infection; am antitoxin to treat tetanus; and anti rabies injection.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Monday, March 18, 2013
Non Infectious Diseases
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Booster shots may be needed at later dates to ensure that active immunity is still effective. Vaccines are available against many formerly dangerous diseases including polio, measles an d diphtheria. Immunization programmes for children have virtually eliminated most common childhood diseases, and confer immunity into adult life. But vaccination is advisable for travelers to countries where they may contract potentially fatal diseases not previously encountered. Sometimes antibodies themselves from external sources are injected into the body to provide protection without stimulating the immune system. This is called artificial passive immunity and is useful in providing instant protection where a disease might kill the person before their active immune system has time to come into operation. Examples include gamma globulin, given against hepatitis A infection; anti toxin to treat tetanus; and anti rabies injections.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Other sliming diets put the body in a defensive stance. Because its calorie intake has been severely reduced the body reduces its metabolic rate to conserve its fat energy reserves and actually burns lean muscle tissues in order to provide energy. When the diet stops the body diverts as much spare food energy as possible to build up its fat reserves in case another calorie famine happens and in consequence the diet regains lost weight and ends with more fat than before