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The Value of Work-life Balance in Your Nursing Career

America is experiencing a nursing shortage. Hospitals and other healthcare facilities are overwhelmed. The shortage intensified during the pandemic, with high turnover rates in hospitals across the country. Burnout, increasing patient numbers, and early retirement have also contributed to the shortage. Many nurses now need to work harder than they did before. As you consider...
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5 Common Causes For Foot Pain From Exercise

Whether your workout consists of a walk, strength training, running, yoga, or any other sport, your feet carry a lot of weight and responsibility for your fitness. So it’s not surprising that foot pain from exercise is common and impacts many people’s quality of life and physical fitness.(1) Keeping feet and ankles healthy will help...
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World AIDS Day 2022: What You Can Do

By Juliet Bou Mansour, 17, Staff Writer December 1, 2022 Since 1988, World AIDS Day (December 1st) has been recognized as a time to remember those lost to AIDS-related illnesses, support those currently living with HIV/AIDS and work to end the HIV epidemic. Want to know more and what you can do to commemorate World...
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Chris Waldrum Sells Inspired Nutraceuticals, Inspired Set for Moon Landing

On November 30th, 2022, Chris Waldrum of Inspired Nutraceuticals took to Instagram Live to make the following major announcement: Inspired Nutraceuticals has been acquired! You can watch the video below, then we’ll summarize with some bullet points: Some notes on the Inspired sale Inspired Nutraceuticals has been acquired by a very interested and aggressive investor...
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Second Time Around (and Not in a Good Way)

Last month, Maze nurse practitioner Jackie Giannelli, FNP-BC, wrote a blog about the two different types of vaginismus, primary and secondary. As she points out, both types induce discomfort and pain, making any kind of penetration impossible. And whether or not a woman is struggling with the primary or secondary kind, anxiety is almost always...
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The Complete Guide to Glioblastoma in Older Adults

Glioblastoma is the most aggressive type of brain cancer. You can take specific steps to increase your chances of survival if you have this type of tumor. Glioblastomas are rare in adults younger than 55, accounting for only about 10% of all primary brain tumors. But in people 55 and older, glioblastoma is more common...
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