Journal of Nursing
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Researchers Find Mysterious New AIDS-Like Disease

SAUSALITO, CA (ASRN.ORG) -- Researchers have identified a mysterious new disease that has left scores of people in Asia and some in the United States with AIDS-like symptoms even though they are not infected with HIV.

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900,000 of 3 million RNs Over 50 as NY requires BSN

SAUSALITO, CA (ASRN.ORG) -- More than a month has passed, but Daryl Johnson still begins his emergency room shift at the University of Colorado Hospital here with a sense of foreboding. New registered nurses would have to earn bachelor’s degrees within 10 years to keep working in New York under a bill lawmakers are considering as part of a national push to raise educational standards for nurses, even as the health care industry faces staffing shortages.

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Nearly Half of All Doctors Struggling With Burnout

SAUSALITO, CA (ASRN.ORG) -- Job burnout strikes doctors more often than it does other employed Americans, according to a new national survey. More than four in 10 physicians across the nation said they were emotionally exhausted or felt a high degree of cynicism, or "depersonalization," toward their patients, researchers found.

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New Hampshire Hospital Potentially Infects Thousands With Hep C

SAUSALITO, CA (ASRN.ORG) -- Edgar Barnes was relieved, almost buoyant, on Friday for the first time in many weeks. He had just emerged from a state-sponsored health clinic here where he was tested for hepatitis C. His test came back negative.

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Health Reform May Expose Immigrant Status of Millions

SAUSALITO, CA (ASRN.ORG) -- As she was ushered into surgery eight years ago, Paula was confident that doctors at Washington's Howard University Hospital would find the cancer that had been growing in her right breast for months. She was less certain about where she would wake up the next day.

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West Nile Hits Dallas Area Hard

SAUSALITO, CA (ASRN.ORG) -- An outbreak of West Nile virus has engulfed Dallas County, with nearly 200 cases of human infection and 10 deaths, leading the mayor of Dallas to declare a state of emergency and to authorize the first aerial spraying of a pesticide in the city since 1966.

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Editor-in Chief:
Kirsten Nicole

Editorial Staff:
Kirsten Nicole
Stan Kenyon
Robyn Bowman
Kimberly McNabb
Lisa Gordon
Stephanie Robinson

Contributors:
Kirsten Nicole
Stan Kenyon
Liz Di Bernardo
Cris Lobato
Elisa Howard
Susan Cramer