Medical workers can advance their careers if they improve their English fluency. Your career could take off if you learn to pronounce the language more clearly. Keep reading to learn the three best reasons why English fluency is important for the medical field. Continue reading The Importance of English Fluency in the Medical Field
During an average lifetime, the heart will pump nearly 1.5 million barrels of blood. A pumping human heart can squirt blood 9.1 meters. Continue reading Your body is wonderland!
The heart is the hardest working muscle in the body. Every day, it creates enough energy to drive a semi-truck over 30 kilometres. Over a lifetime, that’s equivalent to driving to the moon and back. Continue reading You are more amazing than you know!
Being a good listener is critical to being a good doctor because patients will tell you what’s wrong if you just let them speak. Physicians often rush to interrupt patients but if they’d just listen to what their patients reveal, they may find the answer they’re looking for. After all, good communication isn’t just for being friendly with patients. It’s also a vital skill for doctors to listen to their patients and understand their concerns. Continue reading How to be a good listener?
Evidence suggests that problems with physician-patient communication are common. For example, studies show that: Continue reading Improving doctor-patient communication
Body language is the communication of personal feeling, emotions, attitude and thoughts through body movements. It is the way people unconsciously show their private thoughts and emotions through body movements. Continue reading How to communicate without words?
The speech skill is a wonder. To produce a phrase, about 100 muscles of the chest, neck, jaw, tongue and lips must collaborate. Each muscle is a bundle made of hundreds or thousands of fibers.Each spoken word or short phrase is accompanied by its own pattern of muscular movements. All the information necessary for speaking a phrase like “How are you?” is stored in the brain, in the speech area. Continue reading Amazing facts about human speech
English, in terms of size, is the greatest language of the world, currently with more than 600,000 entries in the Oxford English Dictionary. The English language appears simple compared to other languages, but most of us don’t realize that almost 70 per cent of its vocabulary is filled with borrowed words. Continue reading The greatest language of the world?
Language is essentially a means of communication among the members of a society. In the expression of culture, language is a fundamental aspect. It is the tool that conveys traditions and values related to group identity. Continue reading The most important means of communication
In the process of communication, language plays an important part. Indeed, all the living beings in this world communicate in their own language. Continue reading Language shapes the way we think, and determines what we can think about.