Monthly Archives: July 2018

New Real Estate Academy in Kansas

Aspiring Kansas real estate agents have another option now when t comes to studying for their pre-licensing course. According to an article in Digital Journal, PDH Academy, “one of the nation’s leading providers for pre-licensing education and continuing education for real estate agents and brokers,” is now offering real estate courses that are approved by the […]

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SLPs Consider Long-Term Effects of Babies’ Food Pouch Use

Food pouches are a handy convenience for the parent or childcare worker on the go. Toss a hangry toddler a box of applesauce, and you’ve bought yourself another hour before the next food/sleep/boredom crisis. But as these kids age, a few unexpected problems are starting to surface. A parent and speech-language therapist/feeding therapist writing for […]

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Horses Are Occupational Therapy’s Ace-in-the-Hole

Therapeutic horseback riding and its close cousin hippotherapy, have been touted as beneficial for literally thousands of years. According to an article in AZFamily.com, no less an authority than the 5th century BC “Greek physician Hippocrates — namesake of the Hippocratic oath — wrote a thesis called ‘Natural Exercise’ that references the therapeutic value of […]

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Dry Needling the Pain Away

The opioid crisis has left healthcare providers searching for pain relief options that don’t include addictive drugs. One of these alternatives, dry needling, is gaining in popularity at some physical therapy clinics in the U.S. According to a recent article on Bluebag Media, more and more physicians are requesting these services from PTs for their […]

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Nurses Get CE to Recognize and Help Victims of Human Trafficking

It is a sad truth that cases of human trafficking are on the rise in many parts of the country. Airline employees and health care professionals have been lauded in the news lately for rescuing young victims. That is because those professions are in a unique position to be able to recognize and assist victims […]

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New Jersey Bar Scofflaws Flock to the Shore

This article in Above the Law by a lawyer/humorist Sean Carter (on the right) isn’t about continuing legal education, per se, but his take on the finer shades of right and wrong did make us laugh on this triple-digit dog-day-of-summer. If you’re an attorney who may be tempted to bend the law, or favor the […]

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