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Democratic Republic of the Congo arsenal explosion

30th July 2012
Xinhua Brazzaville, March 4 (Xinhua WANG Min-jie Han Bing) Congo (Brazzaville) in Brazzaville, the capital of an ammunition depot exploded, resulting in 206 deaths, thousands injured, which, according to the Chinese Embassy in CongoEmbassy of the (Brazzav... Read >
Author: online

Hand Eczema Treatment - Identifying and Eliminating the Causes

11th November 2011
Eczema of the hands is one of the more irritating and stubborn types of eczema, and successful hand eczema treatment is a difficult undertaking. Understanding what "causes" eczema of the hands is a key factor in planning a successful hand eczema treatment... Read >
Author: ArjunTyson

Why Radiation Protective Wear is Important for Health Care Workers

08th June 2011
The amazing ability to look inside the body using x-rays was first discovered in 1895. With little known about its dangers, it was inevitable that the first victim to die from radiation was Thomas Edisonís x-ray technologist, Clarence Dally. Due to repeat... Read >
Author: Art Jones

Are We Dependent on Computers

17th May 2011
As a matter of fact, we are becoming overwhelmingly dependent on computers, right from the early childhood education to business dealing and online shopping! It saves our time and energy; also saves money needed to travel to shopping centers for buying go... Read >
Author: MarcusWellington

Nursing uniforms with latest fashion

04th May 2011
Nursing uniforms come in a variety of different styles and colors mostly blue and white, the blue is usually a very dark navy blue style and the white a very clean and professional look.Female nurses often ware nurse dresses which are also worn by other m... Read >
Author: kylie

Cytotoxic Drugs and CoSHH Law

13th December 2010
This article examines the use of cytotoxic drugs and the hazards associated when using them. It focuses on the precautions needing to be followed under CoSHH and will be of interest to those currently working in hospitals, oncology units and hospices etc.... Read >
Author: Dale Allen

Being an E.R. Nurse Could be Hazardous to Your Health

04th January 2010
Different steps are being undertaken to address the escalating umber of violence experienced by emergency room staff. Legislations in increasing the penalty for perpetrators are awaiting decision from the Assembly. Various programs and trainings to resolv... Read >
Author: Fritz Poole

An Emergency Room Nurse Never Rests

20th November 2009
Nurses are responsible, along with other health care workers or professionals, for the treatment and caring for the injured and acutely or chronically ill people. Nurses attend to varieties of life and death matters in different health care settings. ... Read >
Author: Fritz Poole

Nursing as a profession

26th July 2006
Nursing is a highly regarded profession with high standards of honesty and ethics amongst various other professions. Nursing has emerged as the largest health care occupation with over 2.7 million jobs. With over 100,000 vacant positions and a ever-growin... Read >
Author: Patrick Altoft

Another Good Reason To Take Your Fish Oil

29th October 2005
Two factors that has caused the spread of viral hepatitis around the world is: It is much easier to fly to another continent in a matter of hours. We can eat fresh produce grown in countries all around the world. These are just two reasons the hepat... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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