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World Faces Around 4,000 Covid-19 Variants As Researchers Explore Mixed Vaccine Shots

World faces around 4,000 variants of novel coronavirus. UK trials combining Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines. UK says vaccines likely to work on different variants. All drugmakers looking to improve vaccines for new variants.

10 Best Paying Locations For Nurses

The median salary for registered nurses in the U.S. was $73,300 in 2019. Median salary data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics was used to determine the best paying locations for nurses.

A Child’s Cry Through Haunting Eyes

The emergency department. A haven for cardiac arrests and gunshot wounds and respiratory distress and overdoses and auto accidents and children’s sniffles and fever and coughs that won’t go away. The ED was easy access to many. And at times, it was an easy fix not to pay the bill upfront or to be anonymous with your problem.

31% Of Nurses Cite Burnout As Reason For Leaving Job

Nearly one-third of nurses reported leaving their jobs because of burnout in 2018, representing the most recent national estimates, according to a study published Feb. 4.

The Hard-Partying, Rock-Obsessed Nurse At The Center Of A Massive Opioid Bust

Patients say the “Rock Doc” helped them like no one else could. Federal prosecutors say his “help” often amounted to dealing drugs for sex.

I've Had My Covid-19 Vaccine, Now What Can I Safely Do? Your Questions Answered

The day has finally come. You've received the second dose of a Covid-19 vaccine currently on the Western market -- Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech or Oxford-AstraZeneca.

It's Not Just You. A Lot Of Us Are Hitting A Pandemic Wall Right Now.

The past few weeks of the coronavirus crisis have been especially taxing on our mental health. Here's why, and some advice on coping.

Anti-Vaxxers Misuse Federal Data To Falsely Claim COVID Vaccines Are Dangerous

VAERS, a database of reports of vaccine side effects, is being abused by people trying to sow fear. It's not the first time. In 2004, anesthesiologist James Laidler submitted an alarming report to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

Why Are So Many Health-Care Workers Resisting The COVID Vaccine?

Tiffany Chance has worked as a certified nursing assistant since 2005. As an African-American woman in her mid-thirties, Chance typifies the demographics of her profession: most C.N.A.s are young, over a third are Black, ninety per cent are women.

Today’s School Nurse: Meeting The Challenge - Prevention Strategies For Controlling COVID-19

National, state and local health officials are making every attempt to effectively deal with spread of the COVID-19. They have anticipated virus mutations and tried to prepare for further, residual health effects. Not knowing what the near or distant future will bring, they work to protect us.