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The exception is now the rule: There’s a ‘new majority’ in college classrooms

The exception is now the rule: There’s a ‘new majority’ in college classrooms

When most people hear “college student,” they likely envision an 18-year-old who is fresh out of high school. But the student body on America’s campuses has evolved. In fact, according…

Respecting the stars and stripes: American flag etiquette

Respecting the stars and stripes: American flag etiquette

Summers are packed with outdoor activities, barbecues and patriotic celebrations. While the American flag is often an important part of these celebrations, many of us have questions about how to…

Cultural awareness, collaborative spirit: Building a culture of health

Cultural awareness, collaborative spirit: Building a culture of health

Patient behavior and attitudes about health are deeply rooted in outside influences like cultural and societal norms. Thanks to their role in providing person-centered care, a type of care that…

Discover these 4 transformative vacations

Discover these 4 transformative vacations

With the busy travel season upon us, people comb through travel websites and brochures looking to find their ideal vacation destination. Some search for stunning examples of wilderness found only…

Nursing shortage creates career opportunities at senior living communities

Nursing shortage creates career opportunities at senior living communities

With nearly 8 million Americans still unemployed, it may be difficult to imagine a labor shortage is on the horizon. Yet many labor experts predict the health care industry is…

Learning and attention issues: A child’s invisible struggle

Learning and attention issues: A child’s invisible struggle

Suzanne Lang fondly remembers asking her then 5-year-old son, Alec, what he wanted to be for Halloween. “The king,” he said, beaming. So they went to the craft store and…

Soy: It’s a miracle

Soy: It’s a miracle

With nearly every aisle in the grocery store featuring products made from soybeans, it’s no wonder we dedicate a whole month each year to celebrating soy foods. Even so, most…

3 common tax mistakes that could cost you

3 common tax mistakes that could cost you

Tax season is in full swing, and according to the IRS, Americans often leave more than a billion dollars on the table in unclaimed refunds. With the average refund hovering…

Entrepreneurs find opportunity after the military in key cities

Entrepreneurs find opportunity after the military in key cities

John Lentini carefully considered his career options after leaving the Navy. He decided to leverage the leadership skills fostered in the military by starting a business in Asheville, North Carolina,…

Your four-step plan to changing careers and becoming a teacher

Your four-step plan to changing careers and becoming a teacher

What’s your goal for 2016? Do you want to lose weight, learn a new skill or quit smoking? Perhaps you’ve decided to set goals around your career instead. Earning more…