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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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In today’s world, we are much more aware of instances of bullying, harassment, intimidation and threats, and there’s no doubt that good interpersonal skills in all healthcare settings can mitigate those issues and aid surgical...

source: Nurse.com

Busy, hard-working nurses may not readily acknowledge that membership in a workplace committee is a strategy...

source: By Keith Carlson

Not all beauty treatments are the work of white-coated scientists toiling in ultra-clean laboratoires. Back in the day, indigenous people used nature — and not chemicals — to achieve glowing skin, formulate natural sunscreens and treat skin problems like acne,...

source: CNN

Our most common skin bacteria may help shield us from some skin diseases, a new study suggests. Swedish researchers report that Propionibacterium acnes secretes a protein called RoxP that protects against bacteria that are believed to contribute...

source: HealthDay News

Among U.K. general practitioners, acne treatment is often not in accordance with current guidelines, according to a study published in the December issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. John S. Barbieri, M.D., from the University of Pennsylvania Perelman...

source: HealthDay News via DoctorsLounge

Symptoms alone are not enough reason to test a patient for Lyme disease, and not every patient with Lyme disease will present with target lesions, according to a presentation at the 2016 Infectious Diseases in Children Symposium. About...

source: Healio


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