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Nurses Flock Back To Hospitals After Leaving In The Pandemic

Many nurses who left hospital staff jobs during the pandemic out of exhaustion or for lucrative temporary jobs are coming back.

Nurses Are Dying By Suicide, US Health Care Workers Call For Change

In the spring of 2020, as COVID-19 swept through hospitals in the tri-state area, Dr. Lorna Breen, a physician who served as the medical director of the emergency department at New York-Presbyterian Allen Hospital, contracted COVID while caring for patients.

10 Discounts, Freebies To Honor National Nurses Week

Every year, companies offer a range of freebies and discounts to honor National Nurses Week, which starts May 6. Some offerings are valid year-round for medical professionals, and most require a work ID or other form of professional documentation.

Largest Fungal Outbreak In US History Grows As 5 More People In MI Diagnosed With Infection

A total of 109 infections, 13 hospitalizations and one death have been confirmed. Outbreak is at the Billerud paper mill on the Upper Peninsula, Michigan.

Breaking Up With Nursing: A Heartfelt Letter

I write this letter with a heavy heart. Our story began during my sophomore year in college, but after a decade with you, I can’t help but feel our dynamic has changed.

Silent Epidemic: Oral Sex Is Now The Leading Risk Factor For Throat Cancer

The rapid rise in oropharyngeal cancer in the West over the past two decades is largely attributed to the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV).

Survey: 85% Of Nurses Plan To Leave Hospital Roles 1 Year From Now

A nursing workforce that has been shrinking dramatically may be headed toward even greater challenges. Only 15 percent of nurses working in hospital settings say they plan to stay in their current positions one year from now.