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The 10 best hairstyles for nurses

Steal these 10 styles to look and feel great on the job!

Sticker Shock Jolts Oklahoma Patient: $15,076 For Four Tiny Screws

Sticker Shock Jolts Oklahoma Patient: $15,076 For Four Tiny Screws

Liz Szabo, Kaiser Health News About three years ago, she began to experience sharp pain in her left foot. Her big toe had become crooked and constantly rubbed up against the adjacent toe, making it painful to run, walk or […]

The History of Nursing: Who Is Linda Richards?

The History of Nursing: Who Is Linda Richards?

As a caretaker of spouses, families, children, and the community, nursing as a female profession made sense. Did you know nursing is one of the oldest recognized professions? Many nurses in history received payment for their services from the very […]

The History of Nurses Week

The History of Nurses Week

Nurses Week, as we know it today, started in 1982, when President Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation announcing that May 6 would be “National Recognition Day” for nurses. The signature from the President formally confirmed a day that had been […]

Nurses Take Disneyland: Nurses Week 2018

Nurses Take Disneyland: Nurses Week 2018

On Monday, May 7, Mickey and Minnie Mouse will welcome thousands of very special visitors—nurses– to Disneyland California when Cherokee Uniforms, along with Scrubs Magazine and sponsors Wanderly Nurses, Emerald Health Services and Littmann Stethoscopes, celebrate National Nurses Week at […]

Martin Chitwood: Your Legal Obligation to Report Abuse

Martin Chitwood: Your Legal Obligation to Report Abuse

Martin Chitwood: As nurses, our job is to nurture and heal our patients anyway we can. As medical professionals, and caregivers for our patients, abuse is something that’s hard to imagine. If you are treating a patient who shows signs […]

Backpage Seized: Child Abuse Prevention Month

Backpage Seized: Child Abuse Prevention Month

In the most unlikely events of timing, Backpage.com was recently seized by the FBI. April is both Child Abuse Prevention month and Sexual Abuse Awareness month, and so the timing of this seizure couldn’t have been more appropriate if of course […]

Death by Distraction: Texting & Driving

Death by Distraction: Texting & Driving

It’s no secret that texting and driving kills, and as a nurse, you may have some taste of how a simple phone can ruin many lives. But do you know the hard facts about texting and driving? Are you guilty […]

Alcohol – The Nurse Killer?

Alcohol – The Nurse Killer?

While nursing is both rich and rewarding, there are probably times when you also find it overwhelming and stressful. So, it makes sense for those in the nursing industry to want to let their hair down and celebrate freedom from […]

Lauren Drain – Fit Nurse

Lauren Drain – Fit Nurse

Fellow nurses, my name is Lauren Drain and I have been an RN for the past 10 years, primarily working in acute care in several different teaching hospitals. My specialty has been cardiac nursing, cardiac stepdown/ICU and cardiac float nursing. […]

Suicide Risks and Prevention Awareness for Today’s Nurse Practitioners

Suicide Risks and Prevention Awareness for Today’s Nurse Practitioners

  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), suicide is one of the top ten causes of death for all ages, and is the second leading cause of death for those between 10 and 24 years of […]

4 Easy Travel Nursing Tips That Any Nurse Can Use

4 Easy Travel Nursing Tips That Any Nurse Can Use

Stay Healthy & Safe on the Go with These Travel Tips Working as a nurse can be draining, so if you’re also traveling for work, you need to take some extra precautions to make sure that you don’t wear yourself […]

Student Nurses Guide

Student Nurses Guide

So, you’re considering becoming a nurse – or you’ve already decided – and now you’re panicking because it sounds hard. Well, good. That means you care. You’re right, it is hard work – but shouldn’t it be? You’re training and […]

The Incredible Surgery of Mr Prasad

The Incredible Surgery of Mr Prasad

Musician Abhishek Prasad strummed his guitar throughout his neurosurgery to help doctors zero in on the part of his brain being operated on during the first such procedure in India. The 37-year-old had been suffering from musician’s dystonia, a neurological […]

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