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Top 7 Health Care Scholarships for Minnesota Students

Posted March 25, 2014 | By csponline

 

 

The hardest part of college shouldn’t be finding a way to pay for it. Continuing your education can help you advance your career and reach your personal and professional goals. Now is a great time to earn a health care degree, and there are a wide variety of scholarship opportunities that can make going back to school affordable on your budget.… Read More

Health Care Career Opportunities at Twin Cities Hospitals

Posted March 17, 2014 | By csponline

 

 

It’s no secret that health care is a large and complex industry. It employs hundreds of thousands of physicians, nurses, health specialists and non-clinical workers. A degree in health care administration prepares students to coordinate and run various aspects of health care, from financing and delivery of care to the management of health care facilities.… Read More

3 Steps to Jump-Start Your Health Care Career

Posted March 10, 2014 | By csponline

 

 

Now is a better time than ever to pursue a career in the health care field. A variety of health care positions are in demand in today’s job market, and that demand is only expected to increase. Students choose health care careers for many reasons, from excellent benefits to job security to financially rewarding salaries.… Read More

Everything You Should Know About CSP’s Online Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Administration

Posted February 21, 2014 | By csponline

 

 

Concordia University, St. Paul offers a BA in health care administration program that is fully online. Our degree is designed to help students achieve their personal and professional goals on a schedule that makes sense for them. Concordia’s online courses provide students with a learning environment that is both collaborative and interactive.… Read More

Pulmonary Science: Sleep Apps for Improved Sleeping

Posted June 17, 2013 | By csponline

Sleep is an important element to our overall wellness. When we aren’t getting enough sleep, our health can suffer. However, you aren’t alone if you have trouble getting a full night’s sleep. According to Alex Adams, a Concordia University, St. Paul instructor within the Bachelor of Science in Pulmonary Science program, 30 to 48 percent of adults reportedly had symptoms of insomnia sometime in their life, with insomnia symptoms and daytime sleepiness currently present in 10 to 15 percent of the population.… Read More

Fitness After Fifty: Exercising for Seniors

Posted May 23, 2013 | By csponline

Exercise is important at all stages of life. But it’s important to know your limits, especially when dealing with seniors and exercise. The intersection of exercise science and gerontology  is a vital area for promoting health later in life.

As we age, the body loses strength and flexibility.… Read More

Doing Right by Aging Parents

Posted May 22, 2013 | By csponline

Thanks to advances in technology and improvements in health care and gerontology, people are living longer than ever before. However, as our parents age it becomes harder for them to care for themselves. In the majority of American homes, children of the elderly provide caregiving services for their parents.… Read More

A Real Boom in Health Care

Posted May 22, 2013 | By csponline

The baby boomer generation consists of nearly 80 million aging adults and makes up just more than 26 percent of the population. And, patient care and treatment of this demographic is big business in health care. As those adults age into senior citizen status their need for more advanced health care services increases, putting a strain on the modern health care system.… Read More

How Baby Boomers Consume Health Care [Infographic]

Posted May 13, 2013 | By csponline

From 1946 to 1964, 78 million children were born in the United States. In 2010, these baby boomers made up just over 26% of the American population. Fortunately, dramatic medical improvements in the past 60 years have enabled people to live much longer.… Read More

Be Heart Smart

Posted February 18, 2013 | By csponline

Keeping an eye on your heart health is important to lowering your risk for heart disease. Discover the answers to some of your heart health questions and be heart smart about your health and your future.

Your Diet

Q: What does a heart healthy diet include?… Read More