Registered nurses in California and Hawaii earn the highest average annual wage for RNs in the U.S. at $102,700 and $96,990, respectively, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. After California and Hawaii are the District of Columbia, Massachusetts and Oregon.
Maine is the best state for nurses, according to a recent analysis.
Working overtime may negatively influence nurses’ collaboration with fellow nurses and physicians, according to a new study.
Caffeine is a familiar drug that stimulates the nervous system. When it enters the body, caffeine raises the heart rate and blood pressure, increasing energy levels and improving the mood.
The number of cases of sexually transmitted diseases in California reached a record high last year and officials are particularly concerned by a spike in stillbirths due to congenital syphilis, state health authorities said Monday.
Fitbit has received federal complaints from users over electric shocks. The company insists it must be a build-up of static energy in the user. Scientists are not so sure about that explanation.
When most hospitals close, it’s plain to see. Equipment and fixtures are hauled out and carted away. Doctors and nurses leave and buildings are shuttered, maybe demolished.
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Liz Di Bernardo