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Houston-area resident reestablishes running career after total knee replacement surgery

(BPT) – In 2009 Tomball resident Carrie Rand started running and hiking to stay active, and it wasn’t long before she found herself competing in 5Ks, 10Ks and half-marathons around Houston. Unfortunately, the wear-and-tear on her right knee eventually led to a meniscus tear, subsequent surgical repair and frequent cortisone shots to diminish the pain. […]

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Thinking about a career in health care? Consider this

(BPT) – Medical professionals are in greater demand than ever before, and that’s not likely to change anytime soon. According to the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC), by the year 2025, the United States could need as many as 90,000 more physicians than it actually has, and the demand for nurses and other health […]

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5 Career Lessons From A Pioneer Female Astronaut

I never dreamed of being an astronaut. None of my girlfriends growing up in the 60s did either. Maybe its because when we thought of astronauts, we associated the word with white men and Tang. But the truth is women are astronauts and have been since 1978, when NASA selected its first six female astronauts. […]

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Genesee’s Healthy Economy: Ask The Expert About Choosing A Health Care Career Wisely

GENESEE COUNTY, MI Employment in the health care industry is continuing to grow in Genesee County. Applications to colleges and universities in the area have dramatically increased over the years and hospitals and other related career fields are growing and expanding. Health jobs are projected to increase by 14,000 positions by 2018, according to data […]

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