The Medical Field takes on Technology…Good or bad? You be the judge.


There are many ways technology has made advances in the medical field. For starters, basic technology has advanced the organization of medical institutions with the used of databases.According to the Huffington Post, doctors are benefiting  from the advances to electronic medical records, opposed to filing paperwork. That is because with one touch of a button, doctors are able to access all the care a patient has ever received and can figure out possible illnesses. As well  as, another benefit of this new technology is that it enables statistical documentation of the whole population. In retrospect, as everything goes digital and online,  this can cause for extensive security issues. There are concerns that hackers can access patients most valuable  information and use it negatively.  Database table

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As well as, technology has made movements with the scientific field to make advances in the medical field. For instance through the help of technology, scientist have created ways to grow fetuses, human body parts, clone human, and food in laboratories. There are many pros to these advances, however, there are also cons. One of many pros is that, if a person is in need of a limb, or body part for basic survival and there are no donor matches available, a doctor can use techno logic measures to create the needed limb or body part through “grafting”. These artificial body tissues are classified as new technological advances, that doctors, technicians and scientists still do not know the full effects they can have on humans in the future. So the question remains, does the good of technology and its advances in the medical outweigh the bad?


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Information Technology today, Global tomorrow…




There has been a lot of buzz of how IT jobs are able to expand the work field and give workers the opportunity to reach global heights. Is this true? Are IT jobs capturing the new definition of a “Dream” or “Ideal” job to have. Indeed.

It is declared that the current generation of tech savvy observers are going into careers in the IT field, for the fact that there are many job opportunities over seas. Take for instance, within the last decade, things have been really good in India when it comes to Information Technology. There has been substantial growth in this segment that has allowed many multinational companies or “MNCs” to set up their design and development offices in metros like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. India is just one of many countries where companies have expanded their services and office to. According to Business News Daily, jobs that are in the Information Technology field are ranked on their list of top jobs that allow people to travel.

Other benefits of IT jobs are that these jobs are always in high demand/need. “Whether it’s a Network Engineer who looks at the company’s network or a Web Developer who designs and develops website and applications, these jobs are always in demand and growing.” As well as, there’s always a constant change which makes this field very exciting. But most importantly, there are great pay wages in IT. It is said that entry level positions can often start at $45,000 to $50,000!