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April is a Busy Month. Let RD411.com Help!

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month, National Autism Awareness Month, National Cancer Control Month, and Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month. Also, remember to mark April 7th on your calendar – it’s World Health Day, with a special focus on urbanization and health for 2010. Luckily, RD411.com has you covered for information regarding all of these topics, with over 2,000 unique resources for nutritionists and other healthcare professionals available all in one place.

Check out these links for great educational materials to use this April.

Alcohol Awareness Month:
Alcohol Abuse and Associated Health Conditions
Alcohol Abuse and Nutrition
Beverage Calorie Comparisons
Alcohol and Nutrition Claims

Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month:
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Potentially Bothersome Foods

National Autism Awareness Month:
Dietary Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorder
Autism Spectrum Disorder and Diet
Development Disability and Nutrition

National Cancer Control Month:
Cancer and Nutrition Slides
Eating to Prevent Cancer Slides

Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month:
Vision and Diet: A Probable Connection
Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Diet

Itís not quite time for the summer produce season, so keep your clientsí fruit and vegetable intake high with these great resources:
In these economic times, itís even more important to continue to advance your abilities and knowledge to get an edge in todayís job market. Whether youíre looking for a new job, trying to increase your current client base, or considering negotiating for a higher salary, the following resources are sure to come in handy for you.

Social Networking for Dietetic Professionals
Job Proposal Guidelines
Marketing to Your Clients: Resources for Visibility
Marketing Yourself and Your Business
Negotiation Tips for Dietitians
Raises: Tips for Negotiation an Increase in Salary
Education: Second College Degrees to Consider
School as an Adult: Tips for Returning
Job Searching Tips
Personal Growth: Feeling Stuck?



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