UCLA Medical Center learned in 2014 that a breast cancer patient had made abuse allegations against gynecologist Dr. James Mason Heaps, but officials did not move to fire him until four years later, after more accusations came to light, university records and interviews show.
Nursing professionals are in high demand, according to a 2019 review of physician and advanced practitioner recruiting incentives.
Can you improve your health simply by going on a vacation? Yes, you can, according to authors of a recent study. The researchers showed that people who took frequent vacations had objective signs of better physical health, while those who took few or no vacations had signs of poorer health.
Dozens of nurses spoke about what they consider to be the best part of their job. Here are their top six (6) responses:
Six years ago, Erin was a newly minted graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, working three part-time jobs and adjusting to life as a non-student. She stopped in for a drink one night at a restaurant in Chicago’s Bucktown neighborhood, where she got into a conversation with a guy.
Drug-resistant strains of urinary tract infections have been on the rise, resulting in more hospitalizations, serious illnesses and prolonged discomfort for patients.
The newest epidemic in America now affects up to 47% of adults—double the number affected just a few decades ago. This condition is associated with a 26% increased risk for early mortality—a risk rate on par with that of obesity or smoking 15 cigarettes a day.
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Liz Di Bernardo