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Acupuncture is a complementary medical practise based on ancient Chinese medical practises.  Acupuncturists take a holistic approach to their patent’s health and their work involves inserting very thin needles into the skin which is said to stimulate energy flow and restore the body’s natural balance. 
The most important criteria for a career in caring for aged or disabled people is crucial that you are a very caring, patient and empathetic person. Elderly or disabled people need very specialised care and this often means you are not only performing specific tasks but are a supportive companion to your client.
Ambulance Officers, Emergency service and rescue officials and paramedics are often the first responders at an accident or medical emergency scene. Their role is to stabilise patients and provide immediate, stabilising emergency care  (from basic first aid to highly specialised treatment) on-site for patients or victims and ensure their safe and fast transport to medical facilities for further care. 
Ancillary Healthcare Workers work under the supervision of professional health care workers or nurses. Your job will be to liaise with patients, hospital or clinic staff to deliver healthcare services.
Biochemistry is a purely science-based career that studies the biochemistry of living organisms, their molecular structure and how they interact with other processes. This career can span many disciplines and industries including agriculture, fuel, veterinary science, food as well as the pharmaceutical and medical sectors.
In a nutshell, biomedical engineers use the principles and problem-solving techniques of engineering in the fields of biology and medicine. Biomedical engineers have been responsible for the development of things like stem cell engineering, implantable medical devices, pacemakers, prosthetic limbs, hip replacements, dental implants and so much more! 
If you love working with children and are passionate about their emotional and physical health and wellbeing, then becoming a child and youth care worker could be for you.  It’s an unfortunate part of our society, but many young people suffer abuse, neglect and emotional distress and various aspects of their lives including within their family or at school. Child and youth care workers make an important difference in the lives of these young people by using their specialised skills to help promote a healthy environment and helping them to reach their full potential. 

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