Celebrating Black History Month: Dr. R. Crumpler

Celebrating Black History Month: Dr. R. Crumpler

It takes a brave soul to dedicate one’s life to caring for others. Medicine is a taxing profession that requires compassion, dedication and making some extremely tough calls. All of those that take the Hippocratic
National Wear Red Day Promotes Heart Health

National Wear Red Day Promotes Heart Health

You may be surprised to learn that heart disease and stroke – not breast cancer, old age or Alzheimer’s – is the leading cause of death among women in the U.S.  Heart disease and stroke
What is Phlebotomy?

What is Phlebotomy?

It’s a medical skill in high demand and short supply, according to the BLS! The need for medical professionals trained in phlebotomy is growing, with the Bureau of Labor Services is projecting demand to grow
DJ Envy on the Importance of Education

DJ Envy on the Importance of Education

On November 10, 2016, DJ Envy of Power 105.1’s “The Breakfast Club” Morning Show visited Lincoln Tech’s Union, NJ campus and met with students from the auto, HVAC, and electrical/electronic systems career training programs. Afterwards
World AIDS Day set for December 1

World AIDS Day set for December 1

While progress has been made in the fight against AIDS over the last several decades, about 34 million people now have the HIV virus and more than 35 million have died of HIV or AIDS worldwide since
Observing National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Observing National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM) and while 1 in 8 women have breast cancer, this month serves as an opportunity to remind everyone of the significance of early detection. Breast cancer is
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