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Junk lawsuits and their effect on hospital care

One of the reasons why the price of healthcare and procedures in hospitals have risen so much and why patients undergo tons of tests when they go in to the hospital is due to junk lawsuits. 273 more words

Hospitals

Lack of humanity for health care workers

Hospitals all around the country have begun to “crack down” on the lack of vaccine participation in the healthcare industry. Many people argue that it should be a mandatory thing to have vaccinations to all, yet others state that it would be infringing on the right of the individual. 71 more words

Hospitals

Ghostly Haunts (Issue #21)

Ghostly Haunts, Issue #21
Charlton Comics | November 1971

Hep-cat horror hostess Winnie, the sexy bespectacled witch, introduces another trio of terrifying tales in her own groovy style, “ 194 more words

Horror

Tips for Getting a Nursing Job Interview in the Age of Electronic Applications

Julianna Paradisi, RN, OCN, is an oncology nurse navigator and writes a monthly post for this blog. The illustration is by the author.

Twenty-plus years ago… 978 more words

Nursing Perspective

Feeding Readiness for Preemies

One of the most exciting moments for a parent of a NICU baby is when you can start feeding the baby from the bottle. Most are not able to do the breast feeding due to the difficulty latching on, but what a joy to feed your baby even if by bottle whether it is your breast milk or specialized formula.   531 more words

NICU

The Helping Industry

Supporting children and adults with disabilities requires the combined talents of professionals representing several disciplines. Teachers, nurses, therapists, social workers, and doctors might all be involved in planning and caring for those with special needs. 1,145 more words

Special Education

Are You Serious?

Arrange cover at home, psyche myself up and i am off. Got the two buses to Hope hospital and i am in ward M2 reading a book. 632 more words

Pain