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Book An Authentic London Afternoon Tea

24th January 2012
The British have long been known for their love of tea - a habit acquired from the bottom of the Chinese in the 16 th century, when entrepreneurs discovered this most British of drinks and started to take him to England, making London the capital of Tea t... Read >
Author: alyshia

Nurses Uniforms Rock!

19th May 2011
“Since nurses are the patient’s regular point-of –contact with a health care facility, it is essential they project the right image. Dirty, ill-fitted uniforms can create a negative impression. Uniforms Twenty One provides easy-to-maintain, high-quality u... Read >
Author: Aaron

Can you explain the role of good books in your child's life

11th April 2011
“Books shape a man’s life" and that “Books are said to be man's best friends are quotes we all know about". But the point is, for us to ask just about how much truth is there in this? I did an experiment and felt when I turned to a good book in times of a... Read >
Author: osawebmaster8

The History of Nursing Caps

23rd September 2010
Nursing caps have a history that not very many people know about. Florence Nightingale was the woman who thought that nurses deserved to be appreciated in a more professional sense, and therefore brought nursing into education. In turn, nursing uniforms w... Read >
Author: Sally Ryan

Famous and Infamous Medical Symbols

22nd June 2010
The record of the medical career has gone through great landmark and it has continued to flourish even up to date. The medical and even the nursing profession has been widely connoted to Hollywood films and just a decade ago has been famously used as main... Read >
Author: penelope rock

Nursing Uniforms Through The Years

27th April 2010
Nursing as a profession may have simply flourished a few years ago, but in reality it began ever since the birth of humans. Over the years, the profession has gained great respect from people all across the world especially, due to the pivotal nursing wor... Read >
Author: Mike Vera

Types of nurses uniforms. Nurses uniforms

05th July 2009
A Nurse Uniform is the type of formal wear worn by nurses as the symbol of easy identification and hygiene. There is a dress, cap, and apron in a traditional Nurse Uniform. With the progression of time many variations came in the way, but the basic patter... Read >
Author: Lee Lazarus

International Nurses Day in Hinduja Hospital

01st July 2009
International Nurses Day in Hinduja Hospital People around the globe celebrate International Nurses Day on May 12, the birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale who dedicated her life in serving the wounded. Every year the Nursing Division of P.D. Hind... Read >
Author: ashleyalfred

From White Dresses to Printed Scrubs the Evolution of Nursing Uniforms

23rd April 2007
The origin of nursing uniforms is uncertain. One proposal considers the convents as the source. Nuns were the original nurses. As a result, their somber black and white outfits inspired the plain clothing worn by successive caregivers. Another suggestion ... Read >
Author: Grant Eckert

A Dash of Style - The Evolution of Nursing Uniforms

07th January 2006
If you ask a first grade class to describe a nurse, they'll almost invariably describe a lady wearing a white uniform and a 'nurses' hat'. White dresses and starched caps are still an icon, even after thirty years of nurses turning to less distinctive and... Read >
Author: todd simper
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