Journal of Advanced Practice Nursing
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The Anti-Vaccine Cleveland Clinic Doctor That Just Made Your Job Much Harder

In a striking display of anti-science fear-mongering, the Cleveland Clinic's medical director and chief operating officer of the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, regurgitated anti-vaccine talking points on a local news site. Right in the middle of flu season...

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What Members Of Congress Can Learn From Nurses

Once again, the American public have rated nurses as the most trusted professionals, as they have for the past 15 years. Members of Congress were at the bottom of the list, as they have been for the past five years. 

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The Fraudulent Study That Killed Thousands of Breast Cancer Patients

Aurora Langley believed her only hope for a cure back in 1994 was a radical treatment her insurance company didn’t want to cover. Halfway around the world, one doctor was proving that this treatment was a cost that patients should be willing to endure.

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What Nurses Should Know About Low T, Chelation, and Integrative Medicine

In the age of fake news, illicit Internet pharmacies, and proposed rollbacks to healthcare regulations, it is perhaps not surprising that clinics offering unsubstantiated or poorly administered medical treatments seem to be on the rise.

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When The Brain Scrambles Names, Its Because You Love Them

It's a normal cognitive glitch. It's not related to a bad memory or to aging, but rather to how the brain categorizes names. It's like having special folders for family names and friends names stored in the brain.

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One-Third of Adult Asthma Patients May Not Have Asthma

One in three people with recent physician-diagnosed asthma did not have active asthma when evaluated using spirometry and serial bronchial challenge, results of a cohort study indicated, and more than 90% were able to stop treatment without harm.

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More Hospitals Offering Nitrous Oxide To Make Women Laugh In Labor

Pain management that most people associate with the dentist office is now being offered to expecting mothers at more hospitals across the United States.