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Avoiding Toxins at home

By ACS Distance Education on January 9, 2023 in Animals, Environmental Issues, Food, Health, Herbs & Science | comments

From a scientific point of view, a toxin is a very specific type of poison, one which is produced via living cells. For instance, a poison produced by a spider would be considered a toxin. A manmade poison, on the other hand, would not be considered a toxin.

In the modern world, most people think of toxins in a more general sense, simply as substances which are poisonous to humans and/or animals. They refer to poisons which are produced by living cells as bio toxins or natural toxins.

 

What is Health and Wellbeing

By ACS Distance Education on April 30, 2022 in Health | comments

What is Health?

Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.  There are three clearly identifiable aspects to health: psychological, physical and chemical.

 

Leisure Services Jobs

By ACS Distance Education on February 5, 2019 in Careers, Health & Jobs Success | comments
Leisure services for general wellbeing include a broad range of industries and positions, such as restaurants, parks, playgrounds, tourist centres, entertainment centres, sporting facilities, and so on. Really, it can be anywhere where people actively spend time with a view to relaxation and enoyment.  
 

Work in Medical Services

By ACS Distance Education on February 5, 2019 in Careers, Health & Jobs Success | comments
Medical services for wellbeing include those provided through hospitals and clinics and can include alternative therapies as well as mainstream ones. Roles can include doctors, dentists, nurses, and a wide range of specialty services.
 

Work in Health Diagnostic Services

By ACS Distance Education on February 5, 2019 in Careers, Health & Jobs Success | comments
Diagnostic services cover a range of health conditions. Some may be concerned with monitoring or preventative medicine e.g. blood tests, mammograms, bowel screening. Others may be concerned with establishing the extent of problems e.g. radiography.