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Sunday, January 19, 2020

Taleena Nadkarni

Taleena Nadkarni is a student at New York University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and global public health. She has interned at a variety of health care settings, including the VA NY Harbor Health Care System and the LegalHealth department of the New York Legal Assistance Group. She enjoys writing about health, science and medical ethics.

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Check whether you practice in a state that legally requires insurance to cover a 12-month supply of OCP.
A new study, published in "Annals of Internal Medicine," could make your conversations with patients about vitamin supplements and diets a little easier and more evidence-based.
Even among the most advanced healthcare organizations, implementing cybersecurity measures can be ineffective if not done consistently and with best practices in mind.
This research has the potential to change standard practices around brain injuries and inform new treatments.
NPs as a community are passionate about education and raising the next generation — so why are there so few preceptors?
Employment in the healthcare and social assistance sector will account for one-third of all new jobs in the U.S. in 2026.

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