Journal of Nursing
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The Baton Rouge Protestor From This Viral Photo Is A Brooklyn Nurse

A woman among more than a hundred people arrested while protesting police brutality in Baton Rouge, La., was the epicenter of calm juxtaposed with two riot gear-clad cops in a stunning photograph taken Saturday.

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Millions Of Woman Are Injured During Childbirth. Why Doctors Are Not Diagnosing Them.

When Jennifer had her second child in 2005, she knew within days that something worrisome had happened to her body. For the first time in her life...

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Strange New Case Might Change What We Know About Zika

A caregiver in Utah didn't contract Zika from a mosquito or sex, leading health officials to investigate a new route to transmission.

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Husbands Post About Wife Who Is A Nurse Goes Viral

A photo of a hardworking nurse having dinner after a long shift is going viral after her husband used the moment to pay tribute to nurses everywhere.

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Smarter Ways To Teach Family Members Complex Tasks Upon Discharge

As care at home becomes more common, families are learning complex tasks traditionally performed in hospitals or nursing homes.

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Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Found In Rio Waters Ahead Of Olympics

Evidence of antibiotic-resistant "super bacteria" has been found at several Olympic sites in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, including waters that will host the swimming portion of the triathlon and in the lagoon where rowing and canoe athletes will compete this summer.

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Why Do Some People Live So Long?

It’s now predicted that more than half of the people born in 2014 will live to be 100. And according to researchers, even people in their 50s today have a good chance of living well into their 90s.