Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) and Sexually Transmitted Infections ( STIs) are very common especially among youths under the age of 25, but also in many adults. Youths are at a higher risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases and infections as they tend to have unprotected sex from time to time.
Most youths assume their partners are safe and this is … Read More
In the current economy, companies fiercely face-off against each other and employees are often forced to deal with heavy workloads, tight deadlines and their socio-economic struggles.
Therefore, it comes as no surprise that stress in the workplace is on the rise. In a bid to deal with their stress, some employees turn to alcohol and drugs including marijuana and pharmaceutical … Read More
Hearing loss is an inevitable part of getting old. As a result, many older Americans are dealing with hearing issues to some degree.
Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2015 shows the scale of the problem. 19% of adults ages 40–69, and 43% of adults over 70 years old claim to have difficulty hearing without a … Read More
Most people associate sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) with HIV/AIDS, gonorrhea, and syphilis. The truth is that there are more than 15 different types of sexually transmitted infections.
These include genital herpes, Human Papillomavirus (HPV), bacterial vaginosis, Chlamydia and viral hepatitis among others. According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control), there are approximately 19.7 million new STI cases ever … Read More
The Pre-Employment Medical Screening procedure refers to a series of examinations that are conducted on potential new hires to ensure that their psychological and physical well being is not compromised to perform the new job functions. This also gives the employers a chance to catch new hires that are drug users or potential drug addicts. As an employer you need … Read More
One of the greatest scientific discoveries of the past century has to be the identification of the molecular structure of deoxyribonucleic acid or DNA by James Watson and Francis Crick back in 1953. In lay man’s language, DNA is the tiny particle within your body cells that contains explicit instructions guiding your growth and development as well as replication of … Read More
The ability of hearing is one of the most important health aspects of a child’s early development. This is why hearing screening test is one of the priority tests in majority of hospitals. It is an easy and painless process that doesn’t harm your child in any way and only takes a few minutes. Out of 1000 live births, 2-4 … Read More
Drug Tests For Job Applicants
Drug testing during employment is a common practice by many employers nowadays. However, this process leaves applicants always wondering if they should agree to the test. As a candidate looking for a job, do you agree with taking a urine drug test, blood test or a hair follicle drug test?
Do you wonder if … Read More
Testing For Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Research has shown that majority of people think that they can notice and know what kind of STD infection they may be having. That is a wrong perception; not all infections show symptoms. You may be thinking you are very healthy, yet you are infected unknowingly. A window stage period has little symptoms to show. … Read More
Think you may have hearing loss?
A hearing test is a test whose sole purpose is to assess an individual’s ability to hear. According to experts, you should go for a hearing test as often as you go to the dentist. The main benefit of getting your hearing tested regularly is that it becomes easier for you to track any … Read More