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Nurse Practitioner Tops List Of Next Decade’s Fastest-Growing Jobs

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has released a report that reveals the 20 jobs with the highest projected percentage change in employment between 2021 and 2031.

WHO: 'We Must Prepare' For Human Bird Flu Pandemic As H5N1 Avian Strain Jumps To Mammals

The World Health Organization has warned the world must prepare for a potential human bird flu pandemic — after the strain jumped from birds to mammals.

Winning the Impossible: The Power of a Nurses' Strike

I had tears in my eyes when I visited our strike line for the first time last month. Hundreds of nurses were bundled against the January chill in red NYSNA scarves, chanting in sync, showing our unity and resilience, and our commitment to our patients.

3 Nurses Fired After Florida Schools Discovered Fake Diploma Scheme

The scheme, which created more than 7,600 fake nursing diplomas, was uncovered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

These Nurses Left Nursing Behind For Careers They Love

Let's all agree: Nursing jobs are not only intense, but also super stressful. Add a worldwide pandemic, and it's easy to see why nearly one third of registered nurses have considered leaving their jobs, according to a recent report.

An Angel In The Woods: A Tragic Story And The Gift Of Life

We lived in the woods. Five acres of trees. You could barely see the sky. We left the big city for this piece of heaven. And by chance, we met a couple that had a 5-year-old daughter. Our son was four years old.

Study: Hormone-Warping Chemicals In Nail Polish, Shampoo Up Type 2 Diabetes Risk In Women By 66%

Toxic chemicals in fragrances, nail polishes, and shampoo may raise the risk of type 2 diabetes in women, a study suggests. Phthalates are chemicals that strengthen plastic and are used as a lubricant in many cosmetic products.