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Once again, the media got it wrong when it comes to nurses

A great deal is written about nursing, and the public can hear many mixed messages about nurses. On one hand, Gallup polls show nurses are voted the most trustworthy professionals. On the other hand, the public watches "Nurse Jackie," where nurses are rule-breaking mavericks...

source: By Keith Carlson
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AANN and ABNN are exhibiting at the ANCC National Magnet Conference® in Atlanta, GA from Oct. 7-9,...

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A diet high in fructose has been linked to weight gain for a long time, but now neuroscientists believe processed fructose could impact the ability to heal after head trauma, putting nutrition and brain injury in the spotlight. Fructose...

source: Bel Marra Health

The hallmark degenerative process in spinal cord injury may be caused by lysophosphatidic acid, the lipid that acts as a signal between various cells, according to findings published in The Journal of Neuroscience. The researchers also...

source: HCP Live

Researchers have found a unique method of applying high-powered near-infrared light (NIR) that can penetrate the skin and skull to reach the damaged portions of the brain for individuals suffering from traumatic brain injury (TBI), and effectively accelerate regeneration...

source: Laser Focus World

It is known by clinical experiences that motivation enhances patients' recovery from spinal cord injury or stroke. Depressive symptoms of the patients suffering from such brain injury could be a factor to delay functional recovery....

source: Medical Xpress


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