Students can now start making choices about their health coverage. But for San Antonio College nursing student Jami Boatwright, she's not sold.
It may be a cliché, registered nurse Sarah Booth acknowledges, but nursing really is about “helping people.” A more accurate definition is “caring for people,” she says. And whether she is in an operating room at Maine Medical Center, or teaching nursing students at Saint Joseph’s College of Maine in Standish, Booth is wholly committed to a career of putting those words into action.
A new primary care health clinic is opening today at Milwaukee’s Northside YMCA. It’s a much-needed addition to the neighborhood’s sparse health care landscape. But what really makes this clinic unique is it will be run by nurses.
You would have had to have been living in a cave not to have noticed the increased interest in celebrity moms in the media over the last decade. From judgmental and vicious attacks on Nadya Doud-Suleman (more commonly referred to as the "Octomom"), to hyperbolic revelry at the Duchess of Cambridge giving birth to Prince George, the insatiable media mill has placed an unprecedented level of scrutiny on mothers.
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Liz Di Bernardo