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The Remarkable History of Fingerprinting in the United States

Fingerprints carry a person’s essential information, including date of birth, name, address and criminal record. The U.S. government uses fingerprinting to identify biometrics including citizenship, arrests and military service. While fingerprinting is now a powerful...

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The Advantages of Hair Drug Testing

Hair drug testing is one of the most effective forms of drug testing. Unlike urine testing which only can detect drug use within the past 2-3 days, hair drug testing can track a pattern of repetitive drug use for up to 90 days. Therefore, a hair drug test can...

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Why Is Random Drug Testing Important in the Workplace?

Private employers are legally allowed to instate drug testing policies in the workplace, yet many aren’t sure if that’s the right move or not. According to the United States Department of Justice, drug abuse can cost U.S. business owners more than $140 billion dollars...

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11 Important Blood Tests Men Should Have

With June being Men's Health Month, we thought it was only appropriate that we take a look at some of the most effective ways to keep men healthy. Specifically, we wanted to take a look at the eleven most essential blood tests for any man to have in order to ensure...

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June is Men’s Health Month: 4 Ways To Be Proactive With Your Health

June has been designated Men’s Health Month to call attention to the needs of men in regard to their healthcare, lifestyles and ability to access preventative care. It’s a truism of modern society that men often avoid going to the doctor and tend to tough out their...

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Women’s Health Week Health Screening Services

Women’s Health Week in the US begins on Mother’s Day every year. This year, that is May 8th - 14th. The goal of National Women’s Health Week is to encourage women across the country to make their health a priority and to focus on disease prevention; a proactive...

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Talk. Test. Treat. STD Awareness Month

A report done by the Center for Disease Control And Prevention has shown that syphilis, chylmadia and gonorrhea rates are on the rise. Young people who are between the ages of 15 and 24 are at the greatest risk for acquiring an infection. Fortunately,...

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Best Practices for DOT Random Drug Testing

Random drug testing is essential to maintain DOT-compliance regulations. Every DOT-compliant company follows a regulation code according to their industry, of which random drug testing is required. Random drug testing promotes fairness and equality for employees,...

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Should I Include The Mother In A Paternity DNA Test?

If you’re preparing for a paternity test, you’re likely planning to test the DNA of the child and father in question. But there is also another important factor that must be included in the DNA paternity test, which can improve the probability of paternity. This is...

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What is a DOT Third Party Administrator?

A Third Party Administrator (TPA) is a neutral third party who helps companies to meet Department of Transportation (DOT) Drug & Alcohol testing regulation compliance. TPAs manage all, or part of a company’s drug testing process, making it easier for an employer...

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How Companies Violate Department of Transportation Rules

Full compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT) rules and regulations is critical for any business that employs drivers. The rules are in place to ensure the safety of professional drivers and others using public roads and highways. Not maintaining DOT...

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Is Blood More Accurate Than A Cheek Swab For A DNA Test?

Two of the most common available methods for DNA testing are blood tests, known as Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism, or buccal scrapes, which is a swab rubbed vigorously against the inside of a subject’s cheek. Occasionally, we have customers that request...

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Adhering to Proposed Oral Fluid Drug Testing Guidelines

New scientific and technical guidelines have recently been proposed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to collect and test oral specimens in federal workplace drug testing programs. Over 400,000 federal employees will be affected...

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