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  • Surviving Holiday Shopping

    What’s your game plan? Everyone needs one, even if it’s procrastination. Thankfully for me, I have an anal retentive brother who creates lists upon lists. He even saves the lists we used from the past few years so we can review and make the most informed gift list for this upcoming season. Frankly, I get exhausted just thinking about it, ...
    Posted to Healthcare Habit (Weblog) on December 3, 2013
  • Party Like a Nurse

    Each year we strive to bring you the latest scrub styles and medical equipment designed to make your day more efficient and comfortable. Our hope is that each product will bring a smile to your face.Our exclusive Nurses Week celebration t-shirts are always a hit because they feature artwork and catchy slogans you can't find anywhere else. To date, ...
    Posted to Healthcare Habit (Weblog) on May 10, 2011
  • Stock Up Now on Christmas Scrubs

    Blogger's Note: This is a guest blog post written by Kelly Laughead, our intern here at ADVANCE.     Spread some holiday cheer with these fun printed scrub tops. Don't be a scrooge this year, enjoy yourself and spread the holiday cheer with some festive Christmas scrubs! The holiday season is around the corner and ...
    Posted to Simply Scrubs (Weblog) on November 12, 2010
  • Pretty, Simple and High Quality: Medelita Designer Labcoats

    Sometimes you need to splurge. I'm a stickler with money. I frequent yard sales and thrift stores, equipped with a frugality instilled by both sets of grandparents. My paternal grandmother only owns things she gets as gifts, found at yard sales or purchased at thrift stores. My maternal grandfather spent each Saturday morning, spring through ...
    Posted to Healthcare Habit (Weblog) on October 28, 2010
  • Pens Help With Nurses’ Organizational Methods

    Why not go the fun route with your nurse pens? While perusing the ADVANCE for Nurses Facebook page a few weeks back, I noticed that one of our editors asked nurses what helps keep them organized in the midst of a busy shift. I was surprised to read many comments praising that little, well-known device, the pen. Nurses who commented on the post ...
    Posted to Healthcare Habit (Weblog) on June 18, 2010
  • It's a Zoo in Here!

    Comfort the smallest patients with fun animal-shaped pediatric medical equipment. The doctor's office or hospital can be a scary place. I'm an adult and I feel that way, and to children, especially those who aren't feeling the best, it may be frightening. Fun scrubs in the workplace or creative wall decorations and toys to play with can make it ...
    Posted to Healthcare Habit (Weblog) on May 21, 2010
  • Introducing All New Koi Scrubs

    Pretty prints, little details and vivid colors make up the new collections. Our customers love Koi scrubs. The well-made pieces coordinate well and the cuts are flattering to figures. The newest additions to the Koi scrubs at ADVANCE feature some bright prints and the signature cuts known to the Koi line. Want proof that customers are ...
    Posted to Healthcare Habit (Weblog) on May 21, 2010
  • Save or Splurge: Black Mary Jane Nursing Shoes

    These Mary Janes are stylish and comfortable, even after a 12-hour shift. I adore shoes. Yes, I'm humoring a stereotype about women, but I don't care. I'm a tomboy in most other respects, but when it comes to a nice pair of kicks, I turn into a giggly teenager cooing over the color, style and wardrobe possibilities. I own shoes in every color, ...
    Posted to Healthcare Habit (Weblog) on November 10, 2009
  • The MT/CLS = MLS Equation

    We're working on new products to reflect changes in the clinical laboratory profession. Today's the day in the clinical laboratory profession. The American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) and the National Credentialing Agency for Laboratory Personnel (NCA) will complete their merger, and the new ASCP Board of Certification will be formed. ...
    Posted to Healthcare Habit (Weblog) on October 23, 2009