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Get the Help that You Want With Your Partner With Couples Therapy

How Getting Couple's Therapy Online Can Improve Relationships ...

There are a lot of couples right now who seek to fix their relationship. Are you one of them? You are not alone. There are a lot of couples right now who are hoping that their relationship can improve especially if they have been having problems for quite some time. One of the approaches that counselors do in order to help people is Emotionally Focused Therapy. This is something that you can get when you go to a counselling clinic. Do you want to know more about choosing the right clinic? You can check Twitter for more details.

How Did You Meet Your Partner?

This is one of the most important things that counselors would need to know when they are working with you. They want to know how you and your partner met. Sometimes reliving the way that you met will be enough to give you good vibes. … Read More

The Best Travel Nurse Specialties

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nursing jobs are expected to increase by roughly half a million between 2014 and 2024. On top of that, the National Council of State Boards of Nursing found that 55% of the nursing workforce is 50 years old or older. Over a million of these nurses will start retiring in the next 10 to 15 years. By 2030 the number of senior citizens will have increased by 69 million. One in five Americans will be considered a senior. 

So what does this mean for travel nurses? There is a growing demand for nurses and plenty of opportunities to get paid and see the country.

While there are certain specialties that hospitals are always looking for, the following eight specialties are in high demand and perfect for Travel Nurses to pursue:

  1. Emergency Room
  2. Medical-Surgical/Telemetry
  3. Women’s Health (NICU/MBPP/L&D)
  4. Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
  5. Operating Room (OR)
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Officials race to track down Californians most affected by COVID-19

State and local health officials are racing to get a clearer picture of who is most impacted by COVID-19, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread and afflict some Californians disproportionately.

State officials will now be asking labs and testing sites to collect data on a patient’s sexual orientation and gender identity, and will demand better data collection on a patient’s ethnicity.

The announcement from officials Tuesday comes as Black, Latino and Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander residents make up a disproportionate number of COVID-19 deaths compared to the overall population. Health experts and advocacy groups say members of the LGBTQ community are also disproportionately harmed by the virus.

Though the rate of new infections has slowed slightly compared to that in late June and early July, certain parts of California are experiencing alarming COVID-19 surges. The Central Valley, as well as parts of Southern California like Imperial County,

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Planet Fitness to require members to wear face masks while working out in gyms

One of the largest gym chains in the United States will soon require members to wear face masks.

The decision by Planet Fitness will go into effect Aug. 1 at its 1,450 locations that are open in the U.S., Canada and Australia.

Planet Fitness chief executive Chris Rondeau said in a statement gyms are part of the solution in the global coronavirus crisis.

“Given our leadership position within the industry, we believe it’s our responsibility to further protect our members, employees, and communities so that we can all safely focus on our health, which is more important now than ever before,” Rondeau stated.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has urged Americans to wear face coverings in public settings to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Many major retailers, including Walmart, Target and Kohl’s now require customers to wear face masks, McClatchy News reported.

Planet Fitness says it

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