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Realizing Your Potential: How to Embark on a Successful Nursing Career

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Nursing isn’t a dull or stagnant career path to embark on, that much can never be denied. As a working professional in this field, from one day to the next, you could find yourself facing all manner of problems and medical conditions, each different to the last.

If you’ve got the right passion and temperament for the job, there will always be opportunities for you to progress within the industry and be as successful as you want to be.

4 Common Misconceptions About Vaccines

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Immunization ranks as one of the most significant scientific discoveries in human history. Prior to the advent of vaccines and an understanding of immunization, humanity experienced truly terrifying epidemics. The horror of the Spanish Flu, a global pandemic that struck in 1918 and killed between 50 and 100 million people. In comparison, World War One would claim 20 million lives in total.

Lessons Learned by Medical & Healthcare Startups

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Lessons Learned by Medical & Healthcare Startups

Three Ways Nurses Are Using Holistic Healing in Patient Care

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Holistic healing is becoming more popular, even with nurses. Before we knew about medicine, holistic healing was used to cure and treat many diseases and ailments. Whilst not all of these methods proved useful, many of them are still used today, and nurses are becoming better at promoting them. Some of the most common holistic approaches include fruits and herbal teas. As the population becomes older, medicine isn’t the only thing that can help treat or alleviate the side effects of illness.

Losing Weight with Surgery

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Sometimes diet, exercise and lifestyle changes just aren’t enough to lose weight. Repeated yo-yo diets could have left you with a metabolism so efficient that you can’t lose the weight without starving yourself. A lifestyle you can’t and shouldn’t sustain. Sometimes your body is fighting you, whether you’re dealing with diabetes or another long-term health condition. This makes it difficult to lose weight, though you need to lose the weight to reduce or even reverse the condition.

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