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5 Life-Saving Inventions


CPR was invented by Dr. James Elm and Dr. Peter Safar and since then has gone on the save approximately 92,000 lives each year. However, CPR is not the only life-saving invention we have in our day-to-day lives.    In this article, we’ll be looking a five common items, that we all take for granted, that have cumulatively saved millions of lives. The Seatbelt The first seatbelts were invented by English engineer George Cayley to use on his glider, in the mid-19th century and were quickly taken up by racing car drivers as an extra layer of protection in a..

Tech Tools for Business Administrative Assistants

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Business administrative assistants are the beating heart of any organization, working hard behind the scenes to ensure that everything is going smoothly, everyone is in the right place, and that they have what they need.   As amazing as they are, even the best business administrative assistant needs a little help every once in a while and today we’ll be looking at a few tech tools that will help you streamline both your work and your time. Followup As a business administrative assistant, there is a good chance that you day always starts with dealing with an avalanche of emails...

How to Stay Safe While Studying During Covid

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For many, the global Covid-19 outbreak has had a significant impact on their studies. However, with many states now putting new measures in place to ensure that students can continue their education, the emphasis has now shifted to how to stay safe while studying during Covid.   In this article, we’ll be discussing some of the ways you can stay healthy while still getting the education you deserve.  Prioritize Online Classes Many education venues are now offering online classes as an alternative to traditional classroom studies. Online classes allow students to get the education they need without the added risk..

Robotic Phlebotomist Could Help With Covid Testing


The current outbreak of Covid-19 has put immense pressure on both the wider healthcare system in the U.S and phlebotomists in particular.  The greater need for antibody tests, which normally involve a blood draw, and the difficulties of conducting standard blood tests during social distancing have placed phlebotomists in high demand.   However, engineers at Rutgers University have developed a robot that autonomously draws patient blood and immediately performs hematology analysis. Such technology may help to speed up patient care, free clinicians to do other tasks, and even reduce the number of failed IV starts. Reducing the Workload of Phlebotomists..

Tech Tools for Dental Administrative Assistants

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As a busy dental administrative assistant, you’ll find that your time is at a premium. Having the right set of tools on hand to streamline your workload and give you back the time lost to inefficiency is vital. In today’s’ article we’ll be looking at some tech tools that can do just that. Hootsuite Dentists’ offices are businesses and businesses need customers, which, in this day and age often means social media marketing. More often than not, managing social media accounts falls to the administrative assistant.    Hootsuite is a digital tool that can take a lot of pressure and..