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Patient Scrubs® Supports Earth Day

We’re joining Earth Day on Friday, April 22. Patient Scrubs® wants to get some stuff done. Come along with us to help protect our Earth while having some fun. Here are some things you and your family can do. Plant a tree Plant some veggies Recycle some old items Shop local produce Buy reusable shopping bags Delete your name from junk mail lists Eliminate energy waste at home Filter your water instead of buying bottled water Recycle, Reuse and Reduce […]

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Patient Scrubs® Supports Liver Cancer Patients

As you know, my Patient Scrubs® business brings me in contact with many people who have terminal illnesses. Cancer is one disease that takes the lives of so many people. I’ve blogged before about being a breast cancer survivor. Today, I want to talk about liver cancer. The largest organ in the human body is the liver. It’s responsible for filtering and processing chemicals in food, alcohol and medications. Your liver produces bile that aids in digestion and eliminates waste […]

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Patient Scrubs® Recognizes World Down Syndrome Day

In 2016, Monday, March 21 marks the 11th anniversary of World Down Syndrome Day. In the United States, 1 in every 700 babies is born with Down Syndrome. In fact, it’s the most common chromosomal condition diagnosed in the United States. Yet, each child born with this disability is unique. What is Down syndrome Down syndrome is a health condition where a person has an extra chromosome 21. This extra copy changes how the body and brain develop. Thus, it […]

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What Is Causing Your Child’s Rash?

Diseases don’t always present the same symptoms, especially in children. And, it’s impossible to know when to ignore them and when to go to the doctor. A little guy that I’ve written about before in my blogs recently got a rash. It looked painful, but it didn’t hurt or itch. So, what’s behind the rash. The doctor examined him and said that she expected it was a reaction to a virus. Although she didn’t see any signs, she took cultures […]

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What Goes Into Designing Scrubs?

Do you think all scrub designs are the same? They aren’t. I personally design our medical and Patient Scrubs®. That’s how I know that small changes make a tremendous difference in how scrubs look and feel. Here are some of the things I’ve learned. Why Hospitals Mandate Colors for Medical Scrubs? Many hospitals establish a scrubs color code based on different medical specialties. For example, registered nurses may wear galaxy blue. LPNs may wear gray scrubs. Many believe that patients […]

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Social Media Gets a Holiday

Today, June 30, we celebrate Social Media Day. Who knew it had its own holiday? It was launched is 2010 by Mashable, and it’s everywhere today. It continues to grow. Patient Scrubs® owes a lot of our online visibility to social media. Google has made Google+ for businesses mandatory to be found. Whether you claim and manage your business listing or not, it’s probably there. This listing is the information that appears in Google search results. I’ve been writing blogs […]

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Patient Scrubs® Is Making a Difference In Scrubs

When it comes to scrubs, not all are created equally. Lots of research goes into making the best scrubs. Whether you are looking for Patient Scrubs®, employee scrubs or lab coats, we’ve got you covered. I’ve talked to a lot of people and tested many designs. Here are some features that my contacts say shift the average set of scrubs to excellent. I’m always looking for more input, so let me know if you agree. Patient Scrubs are Ideal for […]

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8 Must-Have’s for Your Website Design

I know a good website when I see one, and I know what I want mine to look like. But, I admit that I have little understanding of the technology on the backend. Thank goodness, my updated website to order Patient Scrubs® and medical employee scrubs is being finalized at this moment. All systems will be go on January 20. Here are 8 must-have’s for website design that I’ve learned (some the hard way). So, I’m sharing with you so […]

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Patient Scrubs™ Are a Snap for Shoulder Replacement Recovery

Guest Blog by Kathi Watkins – Part 2  If you joined our shoulder replacement journey, you know from my first blog that my husband and I prepped for his surgery. Although his surgery was more extensive than expected, our first few days following surgery have gone well. No, we didn’t hit the mark on everything. Here’s what went well and a few opportunities for improvement.  At the last minute, we looked at our high bed. Oops, he’ll need a step […]

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Protecting Your Child from Infectious Diseases

Reading about the Enterovirus D-68, influenza and other infectious diseases strikes fear in every parent’s heart. Parents are willing to put their life on the line to save their children from harm. Yet, it feels like so much is out of our control. Here are some ways to help protect your children. Immunizations such as the flu shot can help guard against the severity of influenza. But what about Enterovirus E-68. There are no vaccines for that, and some states […]

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