How to Accomplish More by Doing Less

Two people of equal skill work in the same office. For the sake of comparison, let's say both arrive at work at 9 am each day, and leave at 7 pm. Bill works essentially without stopping, juggling tasks at his desk and running between meetings all day long. He even eats lunch at his desk. Sound familiar?

The Benefits of Eating Mediterranean Style

Heading out to dinner tonight but don’t know where to go? If you want to stick to your weight-loss goals while dining out, a good bet is to choose a Mediterranean-style restaurant. Here’s why:

Drink Coffee, Stay Happy?

4 Cups Daily Linked With 20% Lower Risk of Depression in Women, but Mental Health Expert Urges Caution. Some coffee drinkers may have a reason to smile -- or keep smiling. Drinking several cups a day is linked with a lower risk of depression, according to a new study that

Food labelling shake-up call after UK nut probe

Council chiefs in Bath (UK) have called for food labelling to be tightened up after finding traces of nuts in chocolate sold in the area. All 35 chocolate products tested for Bath and North East Somerset Council contained the warning “may contain nuts”. But the council is backing a call by the Food Standards Agency for allergy warnings on packaging to be reassessed amid confusion over the different phrases used by manufacturers. Of the tested products, six (17 per cent) had traces of nuts - with all of them containing hazelnuts, one peanut traces and two elements of almonds. The council says its research echoes the concerns raised by the FSA, which found that “may contain” warning messages were leading to complacency and confusion amongst consumers, particularly young adults such as students about to start independent living for the first time.

7 Foods That Can Help Lower Your Cholesterol

Lowering your cholesterol levels is one of the best ways to reduce your risk of developing heart disease. Today, more than 102 million American adults (20 years of age or older) have total cholesterol levels at or above 200 mg/dL, which is above healthy levels. More than 35 million of these people have levels of 240 mg/dL or higher, which puts them at high risk for heart disease. Many more millions of Americans have high cholesterol and don’t even know it. This month marks National Cholesterol Education Month, so what better time to take preventive steps to reduce your heart disease risk and the chances of having a heart attack or stroke.

Write an Exceptional Nursing Resume

....Whether you are a new nursing grad or ready to dust off your resume and look for new opportunities, you must be able to showcase your talents in a concise, well-organized, and professional manner. Here’s how:

Which side are you on? Apple Juice & Arsenic: Dr. Besser vs. Dr. Oz

Where do you stand on the Dr. Besser vs. Dr. Oz debate? In a spirited showdown on "Good Morning America " today, ABC News Health and Medical Editor Dr. Richard Besser confronted Dr. Mehmet Oz on what he called "extremely irresponsible" statements made on "The Dr. Oz Show" show Wednesday concerning arsenic in apple juice.

Healthcare Staffing on the Rise in 2011

Along with an improving economy and a declining national unemployment rate, there’s another positive indicator that bodes well for the U.S. healthcare industry.

National Pharmacist Day 2011

National Pharmacist Day is honors pharmacists, and recognizes their important role in medical care. A Pharmacist must be knowledgeable of the chemistry of all medicines. They can inform you of a drugs' side effects, and all aspects of prescription medicine. Very importantly, they understand and recognize the inter-action of drugs together...many people take numerous drugs.

National Pharmacist Day recognizes this important role. If you are in the pharmacy today, make sure to wish your pharmacist a good day.  

Doing Good in the Neighborhood

WSi Healthcare is on a mission to support families in need this holiday season.Please submit your story or the story of someone you know that could use a little extra cheer this holiday season.All submissions will be read and WSi will assist as many families as we can from the donations received.We will be accepting donations of Cash,Food and Toys for families in need.

How to know what not to do on an Interview

How to know what not to do on an Interview

No matter what, you always want to be perceived as the right one for the job. But even if your resume is great and you have 10 references, you need to know, you can mess up the interview with your appearance. Image really is everything.


Here are a few tips.

Things you’ll need:

  • To be aware
  • Drop the Ego
  • Listen
  • learn


Don't be petty. Refrain from asking questions like where the kitchen is or break room, or perhaps you are curious to know if they have summer outings. Do not show interest in the company’s last pool party or even if they have one. Plus, don't show concern on how small the cubicle is. Focus on what is important like the details of the job, benefits, salary and what the company does.


Never Bad Talk. When asked about your last company speak well of them never bash or trash a co worker or the organization. This makes you look like a back stabber. It's negative, people do not like it and this will cause you to lose the job, no doubt about it.


Do not be a chatty Kathy. Listen more talk less. This is just common sense. No one wants to sit there and hear you speak for the sake of sensationalism. Talking incessantly means you are only interested in one thing, hearing yourself speak. People who do this do not listen nor do they want to hear, they are self absorbed usually and draining. Next time refrain from any bombastic pontification.


Do not be High Maintenance. Don't ask questions about how high the chair is because you have a bad back and how many vacation days you get because you are the type that needs a summer off. Refrain from telling them that you can't stand a cold or hot office. They will perceive you as a waste of time, it's that simple. These are off-target and insignificant.


Do not lie. One lie can really mess up the entire interview. Refrain from exaggerating or embellishing, do not do this just to sound off and make yourself look good. Chances are they will see right through it and those chances are high. You can be confident while still being honest and humble.


Do not Smile too much. Showing the pearly whites a bit too much exudes certain phoniness. This too will be picked up on. Instead just be pleasant and calm and cool. Why not practice to a family member friend or even in front of a mirror.


Never be a small talker. Do not try to fill up the interview with a conversation about the show "big brother" r or how you are spending your summer at the beach. Discuss subject matters regarding the company and industry. Try to find out more about the firm you will hopefully be working for.


Last but not Least, Dress to Impress. Don't walk in with a mini skirt and pumps and guys, please, match your socks to your slacks. No accessories such as cell phones clipped or beepers. Ladies jewelry minimization is very important here; leave the big gold hoops at home save them for the club. You get the picture.

Daily Recipe: Turkey and Bean Burrito Burgers

Daily Recipe: Turkey and Bean Burrito Burgers

Forecast for this weekend: High of 84, possible clouds in the afternoon. We're fairly certain all the grills at the park are already spoken for, but we're going to head over early anyway in hopes of securing one, and laying out ALL day. Making burgers, flying kites, hanging out with friends and family...It's going to be great.

CO unemployment rate hits 8 percent

CO unemployment rate hits 8 percent

DENVER - Colorado's seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate hit 8 percent in April - a tenth of a percentage point higher than in March, according to the latest figures from the state labor department.

Daily Recipe: The Bloomin' Onion

Daily Recipe: The Bloomin' Onion

In what can be described as more of a theory dish than actual meal, the Bloomin' Onion dares you to try to finish it. Remembering back to days gone by, ordering it off the menu seemed like a good idea, but about halfway through, you never wanted to see another fried onion strip again. Throw a party, prepare one of your own, and see if those guests of yours can tackle the beast. Dipping sauce a must...