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Brain Foods
Back in the day (whenever that was) it was common to think that foods shaped like particular organs or body parts would help keep the actual corresponding body part healthy and well.

As scientific thought began to work its way to the forefront, those ideas were treated like wives’ tales or folklore. So, in today's world we can rely on science to point the way towards foods that contribute to optimal cognitive function and we no longer have to spend our time foraging for mini
MRI Helps Show How Loneliness Appears in the Brain
A new study shows a sort of signature in the brains of lonely people that make them distinct in fundamental ways, based on variations in the volume of different brain regions as well as based on how those regions communicate with one another across brain networks.

A team of researchers examined the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI
MRI Gets to the Bottom of Smell, Taste Dysfunction from COVID-19
By Emily Hayes, contributing writer

A study conducted by a team of researchers from the U.S. National Institutes of Health found brain damage in patients who died of COVID-19.

The 25-year-old female patient had been diagnosed with COVID-19, with symptoms including anosmia (loss of smell) and ageusia (loss of taste). Experience with her case was reported by Dr. Khaled Gad, PhD, and Ismail Ibrahi
Physical Therapist Assistant
The job outlook for Physical Therapist Assistants and the demand for their services is so good that government analysts predict more than 1,000 positions will open up every month, on average, for the next decade.

Trained and licensed Physical Therapist Assistants should have little trouble finding job opportunities for the foreseeable future.

There is a high demand for physical therapist assistants, especially due to the aging baby boomers who are more susceptible to chron
Blind Test Shows AI-Enhanced MRI Scans
If you have ever had an MRI scan before, you’ll know how unsettling the experience can be. You’re placed in a claustrophobia-inducing tube and asked to stay completely still for up to an hour while unseen hardware whirs, creaks, and thumps around you like a medical poltergeist. New research, though, suggests AI can help with this predicament by making MRI scans four times faster, getting patients in and out of the tube quicker.

Blind Test Shows AI-Enhanced MRI Scans Are Just as Good B
Untold Stories of an MRI Extern
By Amanda Ramirez, ARMRIT

CLC student 1710A, MRI Graduate Class of 2019

We enter the classroom, bright eyed and full of eagerness to learn of the explorations of our future chosen careers. While we sit comfortably, (for the most part), in our well-lit educational environment, notebooks blank and our pens waiting to start filling the pages with unknown and new information. The instructor really doesn’t share with you the reality, the fears, and the hard work that goes into

Job Search Strategies and Resources

The job search process to construct a well-managed professional life requires 21st century career-readiness skills, including communication, problem solving, digital technology, and career management. Fortunately, your Casa Loma College education has prepared you well for this experience.

Preparation, Research, And Connections.

Target Your Search
It’s hard to search for any job anywhere. Even though you are open to many options and/or just need a job, research, and prioritize at least a handful of options that appeal to you most. You can always expand a search, but it’s very hard to look for the “needle in a haystack.” Narrow your focus by geographic region and/or type of facility.

Leverage Your Connections
Spend most of your job search time talking with people you know and can meet – referral is an employer’s preferred method of hire and many positions are never advertised. Networking is the job search strategy with the biggest payoff.

Research and Apply Directly to Employers
The Internet is a great research tool, but don’t spend all your time on third-party job boards, which are much less effective. Use your Google skills to search for strings like “Valencia Imaging Centers” to identify employers who do the kind of work that interests you in the geographic location of your choice. Then go directly to employers’ own sites, where they’re most likely to advertise jobs if they do so at all. Look for “About Us,” “Jobs,” “Careers,” “Employment,” etc.

Third-Party Sites is the world’s most comprehensive third-party job search site. It’s a free, meta-search site that crawls other third-party sites as well as employers’ own sites to compile job listings in response to your search criteria.

Targeted sites like professional association job boards (e.g. Registered Nursing Jobs, APTA Career Center, SDMS Careers, etc.) are better than generic boards. You may have to pay to join, but it could be a worthwhile investment.

Attend Career Fairs
Job fairs are a great opportunity to meet face-to-face with an employer’s representative. Getting face time can set you apart from the competition. To prepare for a career fair:

  • Visit the fair’s website to see employers who will attend.
  • Research employers that interest you by visiting their websites.
  • Create targeted resumes for each position that interests you.
  • Wear professional attire and carry only a briefcase or portfolio with your resumes.

Follow Up
Follow up on every job lead immediately. Contact employers via phone within two weeks of applying to check on your status in their selection process. And send thank-you letters within 24 hours to each person who interviews you or serves as a networking contact. Finally, once you have applied for a position, be prepared that any phone call you get could be a screening interview. Know what steps you will take toward a successful interview.

Online Job Search Resources

Career Links
How to Find a Job as a Recent Graduate in 2020:
Graduate Resume Guide & Sample [Plus 10 Skills for Savvy Job-hunters]:

Career Zone
Career Zone is a proven, successful career exploration and planning system designed especially for students. Jobseekers, educators, and counselors will also benefit from the wealth of information on 900 occupations from the Occupational Information Network (O*Net) database.

Cal Jobs
California State job data base developed in conjunction with the Employment Development Department.

Career Site
Free site offering anonymous profiling, automatic notification of matching jobs, online resume and resume forwarding, and other services useful to the job search.

College Grad
Jobs, and information on resumes and interviewing.

Head Hunter
Massive site for job seekers which allows customized searches, from area and professional field to salary range. Jobs are never more than a month old. Resume posting and more!

Job Hunt
“The job-hunter’s super-site,” this one includes the usual, but also links to classified ads, educational and academic sites, companies, recruiting agencies, job fairs, resume banks, other large job-search engines, and lots of other helpful links.

Professional Association Job Boards
Medical Sonography Jobs – Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (
Diagnostic Medical Sonographer Jobs | ARDMS Career Center
Sonographer Jobs – Find Jobs in Sonography | Ultrasound JOBS by ARDMS
ARMRIT Job Listings | Therapy Jobs
Physical Therapy Jobs – APTA’s Career Center
BRN Job Announcements (

Third Party Job Sites
Find a Job | CareerBuilder
Glassdoor Job Search 
LinkedIn Job Search 


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