Monday, August 10, 2020

Theresa Tamkins

Theresa Tamkins is a health writer and editor who has worked for BuzzFeed News,, Reuters Health and other publications.




Researchers say they've developed a toilet seat that can monitor patients' blood pressure, stroke volume and more.
A poor work environment for nurses could increase the likelihood of adverse outcomes for patients.
Nurses who disappointed by their social support in the workplace are more likely to experience severe lower-back and upper limb injuries.
Many facilities don't provide care providers the resources they need when they're assaulted or harassed by patients.
From Amazon to Sleep Number and Easy Spirit, you can save a ton of money on purchases that'll make your job a lot easier.
By signing up for health-related apps, patients are unknowingly sharing their data with hundreds of different groups, a new study finds.

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