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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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When an individual suffers from an acute injury or a chronic condition, he or she enters into the healthcare...

source: By Keith Carlson

The number of front-line nurses with bachelor's degrees is growing, but is still likely to fall short of national goals, according to a new study. Researchers at the New York University Rory Meyers School of Nursing found that...

source: FierceHealthcare

Psoriasis is a common skin disorder that causes the skin to go through its life cycle more quickly than usual. The development of psoriasis patches near a skin injury is known as the Koebner phenomenon.

source: Medical News Today

Red has never signified calm and tranquility. So when it's the shade your skin has taken on, whether all over or in smaller patches, you need to act: "Redness is an indication that there's inflammation in the skin and blood is rushing in to try to heal it," says Dr. Joshua...

source: SHAPE

Sunburn is a skin injury caused by heat and radiation. A first-degree burn affects the top layer of the skin and causes redness, slight tenderness, and may cause light peeling of the skin within 24 to 48 hours after injury. A more serious sunburn, known as a second-degree...

source: Medical News Today

Sad but true: Bacne happens. Those pores deep down your back get clogged, too. Luckily, Elizabeth Hale, a dermatologist in New York City, has helpful advice on how to treat (and prevent) backside breakouts. "One of the most common causes of back acne is sweaty clothes,"...

source: Allure


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