Nursing is bracing for what’s being called a “silver tsunami” — a graying Baby Boomer workforce entering retirement. On top of that, many other nurses are leaving the field out of frustration. Why? They don’t feel they’re making enough of a difference for their patients.
An imaging study shows that players ages 8 to 13 who have had no concussion symptoms still show changes associated with traumatic brain injury.
Telling little fibs leads down a slippery slope to bigger lies - and our brains adapt to escalating dishonesty, which makes deceit easier, a new study shows.
Antidepressants don’t work for everyone, but doctors may have found a good way to tell who will respond and who won't,
It’s actually pretty hard. And, in fact, thinking about it might make it worse. So why does your autonomic nervous system want to throw you under the bus?
You'll become skilled in not just medicine, but in waitressing, technology, mediation, and more.
New findings from researchers confirm enhanced outcomes for patients before and after recognition—to a point
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Liz Di Bernardo