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Toy Story

HomeHelp   A Toy StoryRare G.I. Nurse action figure a valuable find for collectors Hasbro More NurseWeek Features Smoke-Free Zone Nurses and patients tackle nicotine addiction Bloodless Survival  Surgical techniques to use when transfusion drops out of the equation In 1967, Hasbro released the fabled G.I. Nurse Action Girl,

Features – Language

HomeHelp   Universal LanguageIt's not so much what you say, it's how you say it: Awareness of nonverbal communication can provide a crucial edge wherever you interactBy Alicia Hugg, RNFebruary 4, 2002 Print this articleE-Mail this article You have just seven seconds to make that first impression, according to Roger Ailes, chairman and CEO of Fox News Channel and co-author of You Are the Message. Those seven seconds may or may not include spoken words, but they certainly include impressions from nonverbal communication.So how can you put this

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Water, diet and nutrition

Water, diet and nutrition

Imagine a reusable face mask which protects the user and other people, but also fits comfortably and stays in place for an entire day? Researchers have designed a new mask to do just that.

Water maintains and regulates the body's systems, including the gastrointestinal tract, and it acts as a preventative measure against common diseases and disorders.
Water is one of the body's main foods
Although it has no calories, we need water more than we need any other nutrient. Our bodies use water

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Nursing Heritage

HomeHelp   South Central EditionA Proud Nursing HeritageFocus on the Philippines  More NurseWeek Features Smoke-Free Zone Nurses and patients tackle nicotine addiction Bloodless Survival  Surgical techniques to use when transfusion drops out of the equation Members of the Philippine Nurses Association of Metropolitan Houston.Back row left to right: Luz Reyes, RN; Thelma Puspos, RN; Jaime Puspos, RN; Elenita Bautista-Malicse, RN; Nena Bonuel, RN; Eufemia Chua, RN; Harley Tuble, RN. Middle row: Cherry Sloan-Medrano, RN; Danilo Lindog, RN; Gloria Beriones, RN, president, PNAMH; Merlita Velasquez, RN. Front row: Gerlina Long, RN; Vicky Lagrimas, RN; Hermie Carreon, RN.Merlita Velasquez, RN, BSN,

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Features – Prison

Behind BarsAging prison population challenges correctional health systems 

        The prison population is growing at a record pace—over 7 percent annually—but for the first time, it’s graying even faster. The Department of Justice estimates that by the end of next year the U.S. prison population will exceed 2 million. And like society at large, prisoners are getting older, sicker, and more costly to care for.“We are seeing more and more elderly prisoners, and it’s going to extend out for the foreseeable future,” said Rebecca Craig, MPA, RN,

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