Your body knows what it likes. It likes to sleep when it’s dark. And quiet. At night. Unfortunately, you may not have that luxury. Fortunately, your body can be tricked. And here are the ways to do it so you can get the rest you need.
In the midst of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, we’re reminded once again of the importance of taking all possible measures to prevent the spread of disease in our workplaces. Here’s what you need to know.
In the cold winter months, nurses are especially at risk for catching viruses from patients and coworkers. While there may never be a cure for the common cold, this herbal remedy is the next best thing!
This month, NPR has been doing a series on “Injured Nurses.” The latest two installments look at how some hospitals put nurses at risk of injuries and also refuse to pay medical bills of nurses that have been injured.
A report from Weill Cornell Medical College finds that surfaces on the New York City subway contains hundreds of species of bacteria, and that half of the DNA found on the surfaces don’t match any known organism.
Nurses are selfless as a rule, and it’s often without hesitation that they put patients first. But we all know how important it is to have the technology, guidelines and support needed to care for patients without jeopardizing personal safety. […]