Anybody can and anybody should learn how to perform CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation): According to the American Heart Association, a stunning 70% of Americans don’t know how what to do if somebody is experiencing a cardiac emergency because they don’t know how to administer CPR or they…

Hello Carrington flock, it’s student blogger Chelsea back again for another update! If you’ve not been following my earlier posts, I’m studying the Medical Assisting (MA) program at the Tucson campus. I started the program in March and I’m blogging about my experiences at school.
Last month I…

Electronic cigarettes are the newest cause for debate among medical professionals, lawmakers and tobacco companies as the the devices become increasing popular. Recently, 29 state attorneys general have looked to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to impose tougher restrictions on the…

As a recent Carrington graduate, you know how important a good education and hard work are to your future, but are you aware of how important financial knowledge and responsibility are to your future success?
A lack of financial awareness can lead to financial challenges, including:

Becoming…

A new survey conducted by Public Policy Polling suggests that the average American voter favors getting a root canal over supporting Congress.1 While the survey found that people had a higher opinion of many things over Congress, including cockroaches, Donald Trump and NFL replacement refs,…

You might have noticed groups of people over the last several weeks dousing themselves with buckets of icy water. The ice bucket challenge has exploded in the news and over social media, but this viral dare has an awesome purpose – to raise awareness of ALS. The challenge’s charitable mission…

So you’ve taken the first step – going back to school – and now that you’ve graduated you’ll either have, or will hopefully soon be starting, your first job in a new career – that’s step two. So what’s next?
The Bambi Phase
I read an article somewhere a few years ago that described a graduate’s…