Journal of Advanced Practice Nursing
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Sepsis Early Intervention Saves Lives

How Cookeville Regional Medical Center Has Gone Over and Above in Sepsis Care

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How To Stop Blushing So Much

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?

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Meet Prelude Fertility, The $200 Million Startup That Wants To Stop The Biological Clock

Rather than cater primarily to women nearing the end of their childbearing years, who often find it harder to conceive, Prelude will target women in their late 20s to mid-30s, when it’s easier to harvest eggs and when those eggs are more likely to lead to healthy babies.

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Doctors Can Predict If Antidepressants Will Work For You

Antidepressants don’t work for everyone, but doctors may have found a good way to tell who will respond and who won't,

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This Former Nurse Runs Patient Engagement For Moonshot Cancer Task Force

After stints in Brooklyn and abroad, Anabella Aspiras came back home to the District to work on the vice president's $1 billion initiative to cure cancer.

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How Little Lies Lead To Bigger Lies

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.

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Football Alters The Brains Of Kids As Young As 8

An imaging study shows that players ages 8 to 13 who have had no concussion symptoms still show changes associated with traumatic brain injury.

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Grieving Widower Writes Teary Thank You Note To Nurses Who Cared For Wife

During Laura Levis' tragic final seven days in hospital her husband Peter DeMarco says the treatment she received was a 'gift beyond gifts'