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Cell phone addiction can have deadly consequences when you care for patients for a living.
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If it wasn't enough that burnout can ruin your career and personal life, new research shows it condition can also harm your physical health.
As you head into a new decade, we encourage you to choose a few resolutions that can help you be a healthier, happier version of yourself.
When nurses don't get enough rest, the implications are greater than for other professionals.
When clinicians think about trying intermittent fasting, they often worry about lapses in energy. But one expert says it actually has the opposite effect.
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There are more ways to survive working a holiday than potlucks!
Conflict and miscommunication are inevitable parts of life, and in healthcare settings, where life-and-death situations are always around the corner, they're even more amplified.
People often say that it's better to release your emotions than to bottle them up, but is that true in the workplace?...
Becoming a registered nurse led Charlie Johnson to uncover her breast cancer diagnosis much faster than she would've without a medical background....
These days, many nurses wear their hair long and unrestrained with a hair tie rather than pulled back and covered by a...
According to the first comprehensive study of nurses' social media usage, engaging with social networking sites too much can negatively impact patient care.
HAIs are on the rise, at least in part because healthcare workers often forget to follow optimal hygiene practices.
As RNs, NPs and PAs become more autonomous, their statistical risk of being sued for malpractice increases. Learn how to protect yourself.
Would you switch employers so you could take advantage of a program like this one?