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Meet The ‘American Frontline Nurses’ Telling Parents To Give Kids Ivermectin

Nicole Sirotek has been using social media to spread disinformation about COVID-19 and vaccines—and going after fellow nurses who try to push back.

Why Do Nurses Eat Their Young?

This is not a new term to be used in conjunction with nursing with many reports describing bullying and intimidation from staff (both qualified nurses and care assistants) to students while on placements.

States Track Fallout From Nurse Licensing Scam To More Facilities

Federal and state officials are cracking down on nurses who hold “bogus” licenses, following an investigation into three Florida schools that allegedly sold diplomas to approximately 7,600 people.

The Cure For Hiccups Exists

Hiccups are a weirdly distressing physical experience. In their normal version, they are benign and, given enough time and patience on the part of the sufferer, end by themselves.

The 4 Kidnapped Americans Are Part Of A Large Wave Of US Medical Tourism In Mexico

The four Americans who were shot at and abducted in Mexico were reportedly visiting for medical tourism — making them part of a booming industry that is vital to Mexico's economy.

What Is Erythritol? Sugar Substitute Linked To Heart Attacks, Stroke

Erythritol is a sugar substitute found in many low-calorie and diet-friendly foods and drinks. But new research suggests the compound may have an unexpected link to heart disease.

Psychedelics Open Your Brain. You Might Not Like What Falls In.

If you’ve ever been to London, you know that navigating its wobbly grid, riddled with curves and dead-end streets, requires impressive spatial memory.