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Hospital Workplace Violence - Self Defense Training For Nurses Includes Many Non-Combative Options

21st November 2009
Workplace violence in the healthcare sector has hit an all-time high! Statistics show that, typically, the average nurse is assaulted on the job 1 to 3 times a year and very few facilities have anything more than a "shell" policy to address this probl... Read >
Author: Jeffrey M. Miller

DIY - Blood Pressure Measurement

19th October 2009
The frequency of blood pressure measuring mainly depends on your blood pressure. You may ask for advice from doctors or nurses before using blood pressure monitor for the first time. You should program your blood pressure measuring as routine or weekly sc... Read >
Author: Plaesabuy

How To Get Your Ex Girlfriend Back - 5 Sure-Fire Ways To Get Her Back

24th April 2009
Breaking up with the girl you love is probably the hardest thing your manhood has to deal with. It's more than just ego. When a man loves, he loves a lot. There's no apprehension, no second-guesses, and no doubt. When he says he loves you, then he does-wi... Read >
Author: Melissa Haworth

How to recover from serious head injury

03rd March 2009
Serious head injury can lead to a lifetime of debilitation and a wide range of problems. However, a great deal of progress has been made in the treatment of serious head injury over the last few years, and the emphasis is now very firmly placed on treatme... Read >
Author: Nick Jervis

Answering Your Questions - After Tubal Reversal Surgery

18th February 2009
Many questions come up about things that happen after tubal reversal surgery. There are questions about what happens immediately after the operation, how soon certain activities can be resumed, and some questions have to do with getting pregnant and what ... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

Why New Mothers Need Breastfeeding Tank Tops

03rd January 2009
Are you a breastfeeding mommy? I would like to talk about an article that might interest you. There are numerous obstacles that await the mother that decides to nurse her newborn baby. Let's discuss something that you may not have thought of. One of those... Read >
Author: J Johnson

Caring For The Elderly Parents

15th December 2008
Like a child who has noted a new exciting plaything, this essay about caring for the elderly will open up a whole new world of excitement and wonder for you. In today's world it's not uncommon for people to live longer than their own parents did. Our popu... Read >
Author: Gnubas

Having Engorged Breasts After Giving Birth

03rd September 2008
Within the first two to three days after you have given birth, you may discover that your breasts feel swollen, tender, throbbing, lumpy, and overly full. Sometimes, the swelling will extend all the way to your armpit, and you may run a low fever as well.... Read >
Author: Julia Sullivan

MSRA Infection & Cdiff Super-bug Hospitals to Be Renamed Slaughterhouse¯

30th May 2008
We are all aware that the world is going potty in a mad sort of way, but when people start to follow suit then it becomes a worrying time for us all and especially more so for those if admission to hospital is imminent. People trained to heal are abusing ... Read >
Author: Kacy Carr

Patient Communication-Why Nurses are so Important in the Hospital

02nd July 2007
You could ask anyone who has ever had to spend time in a hospital about the importance of nurses. While their answers may vary, the chances are very good you would hear one repeated theme. Nurses are important because they are the ones who know first hand... Read >
Author: Grant Eckert

Does childbirth hurt? Can a duck swim????

02nd March 2007
Pregnancy and childbirth! One word....OUCH! If you are pregnant and expecting your first child don't believe anyone that says it won't hurt it will. But there is an upside. There is a point in labour when the pain is actually enjoyable. Hard to believe ma... Read >
Author: Carolyn Clayton

10 Tips to Get You Through Frequency Days (Growth Spurts)

17th August 2006
When I was pregnant I read a lot of books, I was well informed and thought I knew what to expect from a newborn. I was muddling through the days and weeks, as I believe is really the dance of the first time mom, until I reached week six. Week six brou... Read >
Author: Jackie Lee

10 Sad Love Quotes For Your Crying Heart

23rd June 2006
Is your heart crying out in sadness? Yes, sometimes love hurts. Sad love quotes will help you to express your anguish and your huge heartache, during those times when love hurts.You may be facing difficulties in your relationship. You just had a big fight... Read >
Author: Fion Lim

What does a Notary Public do?

16th February 2006
What a notary public does is witness the signing of the documents and ask each party for a sworn oath of authenticity. A notary (or a notary public) is a person legally authorized by a state to administer oaths, take acknowledgments & certify documents. A... Read >
Author: David Simmons

Advance Your Nursing Career Work As An Independent Nurse Contractor

21st October 2005
Many nurses today are frustrated with their work situation. Are you one of them? If so, it is time you take control and make that first step. Quit thinking about a change ...DO IT ...quit saying I am going too... DO IT...quit day dreaming ....DO IT. Now i... Read >
Author: Tammie Mericle
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