Thursday, August 13. 2015
As a veteran of the healthcare industry, Brian Torchin, who you can find on Google +, has been opening medical offices along the East Coast for many years now. Now being reported as the top medical recruiter all across the world, Torchin is currently president of Health Care Recruitment Counselors, LLC. He has even taken his business to Europe as well as Asia.
Starting out as a chiropractor, Brian Torchin knows first hand what it takes to maintain a successful practice and office. With proper management, qualified staff and great customer service, Torchin’s Health Care Recruitment Counselors provide accessibility to clients both in the evenings and on the weekends. This, coupled with constant communication with physician staff is what Torchin feels allows for his offices to become successful.
The Health Care Recruitment Counselors Staffing likes to maintain a smoothly running business. They strive to find chiropractic needs in not only private practices but also in hospitals, physical therapy offices and much more. Background checks, training, etc. are all taken care of for each client. Today’s economy makes it easy to find people who are looking for a job but it can sometimes be difficult to differentiate between a potential employee who is qualified and one who is not. Torchin has gone through great lengths to ensure that his business can weed through all the prospects, leaving only the best in the field to be hired. This is true even when hiring a skilled chiropractor. Not all chiropractors are made the same and it is imperative that the right people are put into high level positions.
Ultimately the goal of HCRC is to ensure that the clients and the patients are receiving the absolute best possible care they could imagine. A lot can go wrong when you are dealing with the health and well being of a human being. With the right business plan in place, the right hiring process and the right staff, a facility’s success is inevitable thanks to the knowledge of Brian Torchin.
Tuesday, August 4. 2015
Released in April, Crystal Hunt’s latest television series “Queens of Drama,” a docu-series on POP (formerly TVGN), is about a group of ex-soap opera and primetime actresses who decide to work together to produce a series. Another recent accomplishment is her role in “Magic Mike XXL” which is in movie theaters this summer.
Crystal’s career has been steady and notable. While growing up in Clearwater, Florida, she started off in beauty pageants at the age of two and appeared in commercials as a child. She appeared with NSYNC in an anti-drug commercial and in another for Walt Disney’s 25th anniversary.
She attended the Actor’s Studio in New York City, where she was noticed by an agent, leading to her first television role in 2003 at age 17 in the soap opera “Guiding Light” on CBS. She received a nomination for Outstanding Young Actress in a TV Drama.
She returned to daytime television in 2009 in “One Life to Live” on ABC. Cast as a stripper, Stacey Morasco, she remained with the show until 2012.
In between television roles, she appeared in several movies. After Guiding Light, she co-starred with Amanda Bynes in “Sydney White,” a comedy, which was a modern-day version of Snow White. She had also been cast in a family film in 2005 called “The Derby Stallion” opposite Zac Efron.
In 2013, she was cast in “NYC Underground” with Daniel Ramirez, Arielle Kebbel and Evan Ross. The movie plot involved four teens in a drug plot which goes awry and leads to an underground chase through the subway tunnels.
In 2014, Crystal appeared as Molly in “23 Blast,” a true story about a high school football player who loses his eyesight overnight and his tribulations. She appeared with Dylan Baker and Timothy Busfield.
She produced her first film, “Talbot County,” this year. The plot involves a group of college kids who are assigned to venture into the Georgia woods to find the roots of a legend involving a werewolf.
Friday, July 10. 2015
Crystal Hunt was born in Clearwater, Florida and is well known for her daytime television roles on Guiding Light and One Life to Live. Her passion for the arts has now led her to the big screen. Hunt landed a feature role in Magic Mike XXL, the long awaited sequel to Steven Soderbergh's 2012 Magic Mike. Hunt plays the role of Lauren in the story about a band of male strippers, acting alongside a diverse group of beautifully talented actors. Chandler Tatum, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Raeden Greer are just a few of the A-list cast members. Matthew McConaughey, who starred in the first Magic Mike movie, makes a cameo appearance in the sequel. Hunt is quoted as saying "As an actress, it was an honor to be casted and work with such talented individuals."
Magic Mike XXL was directed by Gregory Jacobs and was filmed on an Tybee Island, near the city of Savannah, Georgia. The cast reportedly had a lot of fun on the set together and the friendships amongst the female cast members shine through the movie. The female characters are a strong group of women, much like the actresses themselves. Magic Mike XXL is hailed as being the perfect girls-night-out movie and promises to be a lot of fun for everyone.
Tuesday, June 9. 2015
Just turn on your television and you will be met with hundreds of different competition shows of all different varieties. One of the most popular shows on the television is known as So You Think You Can Dance? and it is one of the best dancing competition shows on right now. The show's whole premise is to have people compete against each other to see who the best dancer happens to be. Because of this show, there has been quite an influx of people joining dancing classes and competitions themselves, or generally teaching themselves how to dance on their own free time.
Not only are people looking to join actual dance classes for themselves, but they may be teaching themselves at home with the help of videos and programs or they might be joining local exercise classes that incorporate dance into the mix. There is absolutely nothing wrong with dancing, and it is one of the best activities and exercises a person can do because of the fact that it works a wide range of muscles and bones. The one thing to keep in mind is that a lot of dedication and training is needed to become as good as the people you might see on television competition shows, so you should never feel badly just because you aren't as good as some of the people you may see there and would like to be.
Monday, June 8. 2015
Gastric bypass surgery is a relatively new procedure that works to shrink the size of a person's stomach. Because of the smaller size of their stomach, patients are not able to overeat easily without becoming sick and so weight loss is inevitable. This particular surgery is becoming one of the most popular methods of extreme weight loss nowadays with millions of people relying on it in order to get rid of excess weight. While this surgery has been shown to be successful in its own right, many people are finding that those who are going for the surgery may only be choosing it because they have not yet tried to lose weight on their own.
One of the major issues with people who are obese is that they tend to lack the control they need or the dedicated to eat right and exercise regularly. While this isn't the case for everyone, many people who could just as easily lose weight with diet and exercise are going for surgery instead. Some people feel that this is almost a quick and easy fix for those who have struggled with their weight for their entire lives. What works for one person may not be the right option for others, and this is why it is vital that anyone who wants to lose weight speak to their doctor before they make the decision for themselves that they want gastric bypass surgery according to Bloomberg.
Thursday, May 7. 2015
The desire to lead a fit and healthy life are at an all time high. Commercial gyms are popping up every week, dining establishments are offering more health conscious menus, and extreme weight loss medications are always on the shelves. The struggle to lose weight or get fit isn't always so cut and dry. Eat less, exercise more. This rule of thumb for unhealthy individuals isn't always that easy. The human body is constantly changing; one method that worked for a person before, might not work in the next few months. Not only that, people seem to forget how vastly different people are body to body. Some people have fast metabolisms while some people don't.
There are some individuals who can be less strict about carbohydrates and calories while others have to obsess about it. These factors make it increasingly hard for some people to get into shape. The New York Times reports that genetics may also play a factor. A new study conducted on rats simulates that genes born with cardiovascular familiarity bred fitter rats. The rats with other less inept genes had little to no transformation in doing the exact same exercises. It seems like for some, even the most intense workouts and exercises might mean nothing if their genes don't fit. While the science on gene study is still in the early stages. Mikal Watts said that the doctors who performed these case studies are looking for human case studies over the course of a few years.
Wednesday, May 6. 2015
SteveMurray.com had a special report that says women are rumored to be obsessed with purses, shoes, accessories, and clothing. While there may be some truth to that statement women are also becoming very savvy with their money. A $500 purse is a huge splurge that most people just could not or would not make. They are also learning that a brand name and expensive tag price does not mean high quality or bring the status that it may have in the past. Luxury brand Coach is experiencing a significant loss in sales fro a variety of reasons. People are buying from their competitors, purchasing knock-offs, patronizing outlet stores, or simply do not have the budget to purchase their goods. It may be a sign of the times changing. In the '90's and '00's having some expensive brand featured prominently on your person meant that you had money and status. People would max out their credit cards just to fit in. Nowadays, people are more interested in the appearance of what they buy rather than a brand or logo. The internet has also made it possible to purchase goods at a discounted price. If Coach is suffering, then surely other luxury brands are too, beware.
Tuesday, May 5. 2015
On Sunday, May 3, 75-year-old actor and martial artist Chuck Norris published an article on WND that discussed several future events and related topics. The biggest one on his mind is the upcoming military training exercise called Jade Helm 15 slated for July 15 through September 15 on private and public lands in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Utah.
The training exercise, which features U.S. Army Special Operations Command and U.S. Armed Forces soldiers, is the largest in history. Norris noted that it's taking place not long after the FBI director commented that a large number of ISIS supporters have been discovered in the South. Norris emphasized that private citizens whose lands will be used for the operations have the right to know what's going on.
Gravity4 reports that many of Norris' fans agree with him because the Pentagon has supposedly failed to inform the governors in the five states of the exact nature of the operations beyond that they are training across terrain that mimics international settings. The governors are now asking about the safety of the private land owners.
Those who disagree with Norris point out that the Pentagon isn't obligated to answer in detail questions about its activities unless those questions come from the White House. Additionally, if the “training” is in fact military maneuvers against ISIS supporters then revealing details could interfere with the mission's success and result in ISIS members escaping.
Wednesday, March 18. 2015
Jessica Lange has confirmed her departure from the fourth season of "American Horror Story."
Lange, who won an Emmy for best TV actress for her role as Elsa Mars, announced that after four seasons she will not be in the fifth installment of the FX horror story. Of course, fans are optimistic that the showrunner Ryan Murphy can convince the actress to return.
"I've played four main characters. That's enough," said the actress during a panel at PaleyFest in LA.
This fifth season, titled American Horror Story: Hotel, Fersen Lambranho says this marks a major reinvention of the series, so it should not surprise us that the changes are starting with the absence of Jessica Lange.
While many of us can not imagine an "American Horror Story" without Jessica Lange, there are newcomers to the show.
Former star of the popular series "White Collar", Matt Bomer returns in a major role, along with singer Lady Gaga, and the most recent addition Cheyenne Jackson of 'Glee'.
Wednesday, March 11. 2015
Sugary soft drinks have been blamed for childhood obesity, which can lead to diabetes. They are also a culprit in cavities and tooth decay. People generally form eating habits when they are young that stay with them for a lifetime unless we are given cause to take control over and change our diets. This can be as simple as wanting to get in better shape, or it can be a major health incident that spurs us to take action to improve our diet. The best way to conquer a bad habit is not to develop it in the first place. Burger King is doing its small part in this by dropping sugary soft drinks from its kids menu. Dr Jennifer Walden says this fast food chain is joining others in helping parents make healthier choices for their children, especially according to SuperDoctors.
Corporate America is starting to wake up to the idea that it's not smart to kill your customer even if you are doing so slowly over years and decades with foods devoid of nutrition and filled with negatives such as fat and sugar. When people do wake up to the idea that they need to eat better, they generally start to hold a very negative opinion of the places that sold them crappy food previously. If fast food restaurants can be as creative at making healthier alternatives tasty as they are at advertising, then they should be able to earn a healthy profit without giving their customers a lifetime of health problems.
Monday, March 9. 2015
Hard to imagine that simply setting your clock forward one hour, i.e. spring forward, could increase a person’s risk of having a heart attack. It does. Eater.com says the Monday after the Saturday night spring forward time change always see an increase in the number of people who have attacks Haidar Barbouti said surprisingly.
It’s not the actual act of setting the clock forward by one hour that brings on the heart attack, no one is for sure why the phenomenom occurs. Perhaps it the loss of one hour of sleep that is the proverbial straw that breaks the camel’s back. Perhaps other risk factors precipitating a heart attacks have accumulated and the loss of the one hour of sleep was all that’s needed to push the heart over the edge. Whatever the reason, heart attacks will rise by (statistically) by 24% today. The risk will decrease by 21% in the fall when the time ‘falls bacl’ and we gain an extra hour of sleep.
Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, a preventive cardiologist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, suggests that it’s a good idea for people to pay closer attention to their heart health after the time change. Go to bed a hour earlier until your body has time to acclimate to the new time change and be aware of heart attack symptoms.
If you experience chest tightness or pain, shortness of breath go to the emergency room immediately. Women have atypical heart attack symptoms that may include nausea, vomiting, pain in jaw, arm, shoulder or back.
Thursday, March 5. 2015
Another character that is set to appear in the upcoming live action Beauty and the Beast is Gaston. Gaston in the original animated feature from Disney was a self absorbed, yet popular man who felt entitled to Belle just because he was handsome and she was beautiful.
Beauty and the Beast does have a message that it is what is on inside that counts. With the story of Beauty and the Beast, the character became the beast due to being rather rude to a beggar lady. Jaime Garcia Dias says the woman eventually revealed herself to be a fairy that turned him into the beastly form, Facebook users definitely can't wait for this one.
The only way to break the curse was to learn true love and to be loved in return. However, there is going to be some kind of twist to the story like there was with other animated to live action. Maleficent, which was a Sleeping Beauty adaptation has provided a different twist to the story of Maleficent. It explored the back story behind the villain. A similar thing could be done in Beauty and the Beast.
There is already plans to have musical numbers in the film. You might be able to hear some of the actors sing.
Beauty and the Beast starts filming later this year.
Wednesday, March 4. 2015
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen recently released video footage of a World War II Japanese battleship he and his crew discovered near the Philippines. The ship is the Musashi, which at its time, was the largest battleship constructed in the entire world. After a naval battle with the United States, the ship sank, tanking with it over 1,000 sailors on board (1,300 sailors were able to escape the sinking vessel and were taken aboard other Japanese ships, according to reports performed by the U.S. Navy at the time).
Since retiring from Microsoft, Paul Allen, who has a net work of over $19 Billion (and is the owner of the Seattle Seahawks), he has gone on many different philanthropist missions, including the search for this lost ship. Allen actually discovered the ship from his own super yacht (with a value of over $200 million in the vessel itself) and culminated an eight year search for the boat. After years of searching and using historical data to narrow down the potential location of the boat, Paul Allen used a motorized submarine to capture footage of the boat. Flavio Maluf says the boat sits at a distance of 1,000 meters below the surface, which explains why it had not yet been discovered until now. Technology simply did not make for easy location, especially in the fanatic battle that took place, so knowing an exact location of where it sank proved extremely difficult.
Tuesday, January 27. 2015
Nested in the historic Los Angeles community of Eagle Rock, Occidental college has had Jonathan Veitch at the head of the organization of the private co-educational liberal arts school for quite some time. As president of the university since 2009, he has led the academic institution to great success, establishing ties within the local community by limiting campus expansion, investing in renewable energy and facility renovations, and providing program to respond to neighborhood concerns. He is also a successful author of the American Superrealism: Nathanael West and the Politics of Representation in the 1930’s.
Veitch holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Stanford, as well as a Master of Arts and Ph.D. from Harvard University. He had previously served as a professor at the University of Wisconsin and was dean of the Eugene Lang College in New York City. His educational background covers both 19th and 20th century American literature and cultural history along with a specialty in American film.
As president of Occidental college, he has helped maintain a solid reputation for those who consider learning at the institution. The school holds a national ranking of 44 for Liberal Arts colleges, providing 31 different majors and holding a 10:1 student to faculty ratio. The university has a great list of notable alumni and breath-taking architecture that makes it a desirable location for many film and television productions, given its proximity to Hollywood Studios.
Moving forward, Veitch holds many plans to allow the university to grow and function in a desirable way for its students, alumni, and the general surrounding community. Veitch's family history has substantial roots within the film industry, with his father being a former president of Columbia pictures worldwide. He hopes to keep the film industry embedded within the university to reap benefits for both the university and the film industry. The university staff and surrounding community hold great faith in Veitch, as they value his extensive knowledge of film and literature, and his fathomable ability in fundraising.
Overall, Veitch's dedication to the university has gone noticed, and has left many people excited for the future of Occidental College. The facility renovations, fundraising, and community ties, are everything that a school could wish for in a President at a college, and will only improve the standing of Occidental for years to come.
Friday, January 23. 2015
Wanted to write about somebody that I've been reading about lately. I was looking through Jared Haftel's Facebook, and it's interesting to see what he's done with his career, and how far he's already taken things. So I wanted to write about him, because he's been something of an inspiration to me, in doing something with my chosen profession.
Finding a job these days is difficult, I know this first hand. I first found Jared Haftel through a friend who was following one of his blogs. I had the education and experience, yet I was having trouble finding a job that could sustain my families growing needs. I needed help but couldn’t find anything out there I could afford. After doing some research on Haftel, I was hooked! As an investment officer for large corporations, like Bank of America, he was destined for success as he has graduated college within the past five years.
I didn’t even get through the first article written by Haftel before I realized what my problem was. I was going about my process the wrong way. It was my resume; it was a shamble of what it should have been. This could have been the number one reason why I wasn’t getting the first interview, let alone the job. My resume was full of fluff, which is the biggest no-no for any inquiry about a job. Because I didn’t have a whole lot of experience, I found countless other things to put on my resume. Haftel encourages people to create their resumes with about fifty percent of it containing work experience. I was focusing on my education and skills, and of course my career objective.
Jared has worked within his companies with those who hire. Because he has insider information, he knows what they look for and what they avoid. Oftentimes, people get their resumes submitted and never hear back from the company. This is for many reasons. The first reasons people don’t hear a call back is because they don’t qualify. I am one of those that applies for any and every job with hopes of getting a call. The other reason is because their resume never attracted the attention of the hiring manager. If there is a large stack of resumes, something has to spark an interest in the application or it will be tossed and they will be on to the next one.
Haftel encourages honesty on the resume. So many people hope and pray that their references aren’t checked and that perhaps they might not pay that much attention to information included. The fact is, companies who are hiring those in financial careers often do more intensive checks. From credit to criminal, it is pretty safe to say that no aspect of a person’s life can be hidden during the hiring process. These large banking institutions that require someone to handle their money will want a person who is on the up and up. That is why Jared encourages everyone to make sure that they are transparent on their application and during interviews. If there is a gap in employment, or someone left a company on bad terms, it’s important to make sure that this is not hidden, but rather explained.
I follow all of his blogs and follow his various articles on the internet. I implement every tip and recommendation to ensure success. Yes, the job market is tough these days, but there are plenty of jobs out there. Employers have just become increasingly picky with whom they hire. Jarod Haftel is not just all hype either; he has a MBA and several Bachelor’s degrees to back up his vast knowledge. As a current employee of Vector Capitol, he knows the inside connections that are needed to help people like me find a new career.
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