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Study: Nurse Practitioners As Safe As Physicians In Prescribing Medication

A study at Stanford Medicine has found that nurse practitioners prescribe as safely as primary care physicians while caring for seniors.

Nurse Crushed In MRI Machine Freak Accident

A nurse has suffered severe injuries after she was crushed in a freak accident with an MRI machine. The horror incident took place in February and was recorded in a recently released OSHA investigation in Redwood City, California.

Nurses Respond To Ohio Nurse Suicide, Blaming Her Abuser: The American Healthcare System

The tragic death by suicide of 28-year old emergency department nurse from Dayton, Ohio, Tristin Kate Smith, has been met with an outpouring of sympathy, grief, and anger from healthcare workers across the country.

Nurses Forced To Return Bonuses Received During Pandemic

Two years ago, while Memphis area hospitals were at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, a long-time nurse with Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare (MLH) said it was a no-brainer to sign a commitment bonus to continue fighting on the frontlines.

Less Snacking, More Satisfaction: Some Foods Boost Levels Of An Ozempic-Like Hormone

For several months now, I've been studying how the new medications, Ozempic and Wegovy, cause dramatic weight loss. Both medications contain a compound, semaglutide, that squelches hunger like a fly swatter smashes a mosquito.

Police Say ‘Ghost Nurses’ Were Bilking Health System

Four women are accused of forging documents that allegedly got them big paychecks from a Clayton business. Court records say the fraud scheme netted hundreds of thousands of dollars for unworked hours.

Why Emotional Intelligence Is Critical For Safe Nurse Staffing

In Daniel Goleman’s model of emotional intelligence (EQ), there are two main competencies: Personal competency, which includes self-awareness, self-regulation, and motivation; and social competency, which includes social skills and empathy.