It’s late on a Tuesday night during the worst measles outbreak in decades, and doctors, nurses and other health-care providers are gathered at a medical center to learn better ways of talking to parents who are reluctant to vaccinate their children.
Can you let things roll off your shoulders? Are you the tough, no-nonsense, tell-it-like-it-is, stand-your-ground type? Do you show up to work no matter what? Has no one ever seen you cry at work?
Patients have a greater chance of surviving in-hospital cardiac arrest with good neurologic function at hospitals with a higher proportion of nurses with bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) degrees, suggests an analysis published in July.
Nurse entrepreneurs hold unique qualifications. They can position themselves to start businesses in the health and wellness industry. Catie Harris helps nurses develop business ideas. And helps market their products and services to the world.
What’s the secret to looking young and feeling healthy? You know the answer: Eating right and getting exercise. If you’re already doing that—or if you don’t have the time and energy to do that—there are other easy ways to look younger and feel healthier. As a bonus, most of them don’t cost very much or take up a lot of time.
In 2016, California implemented one of the strictest immunization laws in the country, requiring that all children be up to date on their vaccinations to attend school unless a doctor says otherwise. The law, however, does not apply to children who are home-schooled, a loophole that parents seem to be increasingly exploiting.
A second couple claims CHA Fertility Center in Los Angeles mixed up their embryos in a lawsuit filed July 10, which says the couple had to go through court to obtain custody after another mother unwittingly gave birth to their child.
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Liz Di Bernardo