A Guide To Becoming A Phlebotomist

A Guide To Becoming A Phlebotomist

A phlebotomist is trained to collect blood for medical testing, donations and transfusions. A phlebotomist draws the blood via venipuncture, finger prick or heel pricks from infants. They typically work in hospitals, clinics, blood donation centres, laboratories and...
Are Your Patients Getting the Best from You?

Are Your Patients Getting the Best from You?

When you run a chiropractic or other medical office, giving patients top care is the priority. That said you may have been doing some reflecting of late. This would be wondering how you can go about providing more care and service to those keeping you around. With...
What is Kratom and What Is It Used For?

What is Kratom and What Is It Used For?

Did you know that there are an estimated 10 to 15 million kratom users in the United States? What is kratom, and what is organic kratom used for? Those are great questions, especially given the growing popularity of the supplement. There are many different types of...
Some Basic Facts about Opiate Use

Some Basic Facts about Opiate Use

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recorded over half a million deaths between the years 1999 and 2019. The reason for this alarming mortality rate is the addictive use of various kinds of opiates. The situation has even gotten worse despite this...