I leverage my background in healthcare to write engaging content in these niches: medicine, healthcare, nutrition, general science, BioTech, BioMed. I also enjoy writing about marketing and law.
The Ancient Art of Soul Healing
If your body is ailing, you consult a doctor. If your mind is troubled, you see a therapist. But if your spirit needs healing, where do you go? If you live in Albuquerque, New Mexico, you might visit Elena Avila, RN, MSN, a psychiatric nurse specialist who practices curanderismo — a system of Hispanic folk medicine, which combines Spanish medicine, Aztec concepts of health for the mind, body, and spirit, and African spiritual beliefs and healing customs.
Turning your passion or hobby into a business the American Dream. But what if you don’t have the funds or desire to start a brick and mortar business? Many have found a way to offer their expertise as a service —through blogging. According to industry expert, Jeff Bullas, 14 percent of all bloggers make a salary from their blogs. However, to operate a successful blog, you’ll need to have a business mindset.
Understanding How Blogs Make Money
First of all, until you ...
Why Content Works and How to Include it in Your Mar...
Research has shown that 87 percent of businesses plan to execute at least one influencer marketing campaign this year. If you aren’t quite sure whether this type of marketing is right for your business or if you aren’t even sure what it is, we encourage you to continue reading.
What is Influencer Marketing and Why Does it Work?
An influencer campaign is something between a review and a product endorsement. Generally, these campaigns feature users —who have a large number of fans, happily and ...
Many legal issues can arise from the nuances of business and employment law. It is common for companies just starting out to have more contractor relationships since it means you do not need to provide benefits like vacation, holiday, or sick pay. It is also true that you are not required to pay certain taxes and insurances associated with regular employees nor are you responsible for overtime pay rates.
Other ways an independent contractor (IC) differs from an employee
A contractor is consid...
Vitamin D deficiency is an all-too-common problem in Australia. This article discusses the cause, symptoms, and treatment options available.
The idea of artificial intelligence is polarizing. It either repulses or excites people in equal measure. Will it bring a type of paradise or a technological hell? No matter your personal feelings or beliefs surrounding AI, there’s no going back. Our lives are already influenced by artificially intelligent machines, daily. New technology is continuously being brainstormed, designed, developed, and brought to market.
There are bold theories involving two distinctly different futures. To unders...
A bad hire can cost your organization in more ways than one.
As it turns out, all those times your Mom told you “stand up straight” or “don’t slouch,” she wasn’t being a pain in the neck or giving you a headache, it was actually your bad posture. Poor posture is the cause for many of our headaches and neck pain because slouching builds pressure in the neck muscles and head. Forward head posture is one common problem today. Consider that for each inch your neck bends forward over the neutral position you are creating an extra 10 lbs. of weight on your neck.
Are you experiencing changes in thinking or behaviour?
Perhaps you have noticed more lapses in your memory. There are many reasons for changes in memory and thinking. Not all of them are serious. However, significant changes in your ability to remember or process thoughts, at any age, is a reason for concern. You should plan a visit to your doctor right away if you are experiencing these types of concerns.
The Alzheimer's Association has published and informative guide that lists these Ten signs of Alzheimer’s.
American economist Milton Friedman once told the New York Times that a business’s sole purpose should be to generate profits for the shareholders and described an economy in which companies that chose to pursue other missions would, in the end, be less competitive. This would result in fewer benefits to owners, employees, and society. That was in 1970; just one year later Microsoft would invent the first microprocessor.
One out of every four people will experience a heart attack in their lifetime. For some, the first symptom will be death.