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Nursing job outlook: The perfect storm brewing

One question that continues to haunt the nursing profession is, "Will there be another big nursing shortage?" The United States is projected to need at least 500,000 nurses by 2022. However, when taking into account retirement and attrition, that number escalates to 1.5...

source: By Joan Spitrey
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Topical corticosteroid (TCS) was found as effective when used alone as in combination with bleach baths for improving symptoms of atopic dermatitis (AD) and in transforming the microbiota composition of lesional skin to resemble that of unaffected areas. The investigators...

source: HCP Live

There aren't any effective treatments for the disease with the hard-to-pronounce-name, ichthyosis. The rare and perplexing genetic disease causes skin to be disfigured by redness and dark scales across one's entire body. Now, for the first...

source: ScienceDaily

Repellents are volatile chemicals that repel insects. An ideal one would protect against a wide variety of insects for several hours at a stretch without causing any adverse reactions. However, currently available repellents...

source: Forbes

The application of posttreatment massage after poly-L-lactic acid injections had no significant impact on nodule formation or decreasing adverse events, according to study results in Dermatologic Surgery. Twenty patients aged younger...

source: Healio

Narrow band ultraviolet light B (NBUVB) was found to be the most commonly used wavelength and modality to treat atopic dermatitis (AD) in a review of 6 formats, with risks and benefits consistent with a second-line treatment option in children and adults with refractory...

source: HCP Live

An increasing number of studies of treatment effectiveness for atopic dermatitis (AD) are measuring changes in quality of life (QOL) as well as in symptoms. A systematic review of randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of AD treatment was...

source: HCP Live


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