No single act does more to connect us to one another, and even to make us human, than communication. From our first babbles to our final words, the language we speak to one another shares our ideas, feelings, and needs, allowing us to grow and thrive. And hearing the ideas, feelings, and needs of others . . .
Sports Science is the study of how human bodies function during exercise and physical competition. It looks at the factors that impact performance and health in sports setting from a cellular level up to a holistic, total body perspective, and everything in between. Students who want to work as sports science professionals deeply explore psychology, . . .
You'd be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't believe antibiotics are a good thing. But did you know an international crisis has been declared due to the overuse of antibiotics? Modern medical procedures perform miracles every day. Though in many developed nations life expectancy has stalled out. In America, obesity, addiction, and chronic stress . . .
Within the practices and professions within medicine, a mixture of medical knowledge, judgement, and proper data is undoubtedly important. With that said, a mountain of medical knowledge or judgment is almost useless without an ability to gather information about a patient, gather information about a health condition, and effectively deliver a treatment. Technology is -- . . .
High salaries. Flexible work settings. High job demand. Helping others. Many jobs fulfill one or more of these values, yet few jobs offer all of them. But the field of physiotherapy is lucrative, flexible, in-demand, and measurably improves people's lives. This health profession has plenty of well-compensated openings, all aimed at helping people live healthier . . .
Tell me and I forget. Teach me, and I remember. Involve me, and I learn — Chinese Proverb Occupational therapy uses evaluation then intervention to build, recover, and maintain activities (or occupations) and functions for people, groups, and broader communities. It's profoundly rewarding to work in a field in which you'll get to build real . . .
One thing they do share is the prefix of psych. In Ancient Greek, psyche (ψυχη) meant the soul or spirit. Another source, Free Dictionary, states the origin from Greek psūkho-, soul, life, which came from psūkhē. In English, the prefix psycho- or psych-refers to mind, mental. Definitions Psychotherapy: The treatment of mental illness or related issues . . .
IMAGE SOURCE Music as therapy goes back thousands of years when ancient philosophers thought that music could serve a therapeutic purpose. Plato considered music to be “the medicine of the soul.” Music had the "power to penetrate into the very depths of the soul.” Aristotle believed that music had cathartic effects and could provide relief . . .