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Traveling Physical Therapy Jobs

Traveling physical therapy jobs are much sought after jobs in the United States, carrying lucrative salaries and bonuses. For those who have a passion for traveling, physical therapy travel jobs are an ideal choice. The assignment mainly involves taking care of physically challenged people, and helping to restore their overall fitness and health.

This position offers professionals the opportunity to work in a variety of locations throughout the country. As per your preference, you can secure this job on a short term, long term, temporary or contract basis. A master's or graduate degree in physical therapy program and a state-issued license are a must for this highly demanding and challenging profession. To work as a traveling physical therapist assistant or aide, you are required to have on-the-job training or an associate's degree.

Skilled and qualified candidates can expect to work in some of the prestigious hospitals, rehabilitation centers, clinics, …

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Tips When Traveling to Columbus, Ohio

Ohio is at the United States’ Midwestern state. It is deemed as a geographical and cultural crossroad in North America since it is part of the so-called Great Lakes regions. People from the Mid-Atlantic States, New England, Appalachia as well as the Upper South settled here since the 1700s.

Even before the year 1984, Ohio was already classified as a portion of the North Central Region, wherein, it was later on re-named as “Midwest” and was divided into 2 distinct divisions. Ohio presently lies along the division of the East North Central States. It is also noted as the 7th largest state in the US by population.

There are several considerations if traveling to Ohio, particularly in Columbus. There are areas that pose danger and risks to tourists. Hence, these are some of the things to take note of when planning a trip to Columbus, Ohio. These are from …

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Traveling? Do not Bring Home Unwanted Souvenirs

It's been many years since bed bugs have been a problem in the US The old pesticides that are no longer approved for use wiped out the problem for many years, and bed bugs were insects that only pre WWII generations might have had much experience with. For others, the closest experience with them may have been in sayings such as "Sleep tight. Do not let the bedbugs bite".

With the increase of international travel and the reduction in the potency of legal pesticides, the occurrence of bed bugs in our country is on the rise. Learn how to recognize and prevent bringing these pests home with you from your travels.

What Are Bed Bugs?

The common bed bug is a wingless reddish-brown, six- legged insect approximately ΒΌ "in length. Its oval, flat shape allows it to hide in mattresses, box springs, sofas, and many other tight spots where …

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5 Tips to Avoiding Travel Eczema

Your eczema has been under control for a while. You have attained that sweet spot of equilibrium where your known eczema triggers are understood and avoided, whatever medications you take are working and not causing side effects, your skin is as good as it gets. Only one problem, you will be traveling soon.

Travel eczema, occurs when your body meets up with irritants and allergens you can not control, as a result of not being on home turf. Whether it's air, water, food, sun, soaps, detergents or weather, traveling presents some hard to solve problems trying to keep eczema in check.

Sometimes it's the irritant or allergen you are exposed to that you would usually avoid, that causes the problem. But sometimes, just the change of routine or unfamiliar environments can cause flare-ups. Traveling can be stressful and eczema loves stress.

Here are a few tips to keep eczema …

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