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Gallup: Nurses The Most Trusted Professionals In America

Americans rated nurses as the most honest and ethical professionals for the 19th consecutive year, according to an annual Gallup poll.

1st Recorded US Case Of Covid-19 Variant Detected In Colorado

The first reported U.S. case of the COVID-19 variant that’s been seen in the United Kingdom has been discovered in Colorado, Gov. Jared Polis announced Tuesday.

America Is Running Out of Nurses

Travelling nurses have been moving from one hot-spot to another. What happens when the hot spots keep multiplying?

Inoculated U.S. Nurse Catches Covid-19, Vaccine Required Additional Time To Protect

A nurse in California tested positive for COVID-19 more than a week after receiving Pfizer Inc's vaccine, but a medical expert and the U.S. drug maker said the body needs more time to build up protection.

Are Schools Safe? A Growing Body Of Evidence Suggests That, With The Right Measures, They Contribute Little To Virus Spread.

When panicked administrators shut down schools in the spring, little was known about how the coronavirus could spread among students and teachers. Could children fall critically ill and spread it to peers and teachers, like the flu? Would asymptomatic young people pass it on to their parents or educators?

California Is Overriding Its Limits On Nurse Workloads As COVID-19 Surges

California's telemetry nurses, who specialize in the electronic monitoring of critically ill patients, normally take care of four patients at once. But ever since the state relaxed California's mandatory nurse-to-patient ratios in mid-December, Nerissa Black has had to keep track of six.

Schizophrenia: They Are On An Island Of Their Own

I knocked on his door. It was 8:30 pm—medication time. Jerome slowly opened his door. He was easily over 6 feet tall. Towering over my 4′ 11.5″ self. Naked.

WHO: Vaccinated Travelers Should Still Quarantine; Lack Of Evidence That Covid-19 Vaccines Prevent Transmission

The World Health Organization's chief scientist, Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, has urged people to be cautious with their behavior even after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

Blood Pressure Should Be Taken In Both Arms, New Study Suggests

If your doctor finds the blood pressure readings between your two arms is different, then you may be at increased risk for chest pain, heart attack and stroke, a large new study finds.

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