After working at the same place for a long time, adjusting to a new job can be difficult.
If a patient is experiencing fatigue, consider exercise and weight loss to help decrease their symptoms.
Nurses who have united over comments on The View should use this momentum as a catalyst for change.
Performing skin checks during other procedures can identify abnormalities that would otherwise be overlooked.
Planning ahead can help reduce the anxiety that comes along with final exams and boards.
As the PA profession continues to grow, new PAs should honor the dedication of the pioneers who came before them.
Encouraging patients to get more sleep each night may help them lose weight.
The FDA approval of a pediatric indication for Oxycontin creates a safer situation for terminally ill children.
Maintaining healthy vitamin D levels may benefit sleep and cardiovascular health in African-American patients.
Cheese consumption may be linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.
The use of sleep apps is growing among patients, but the data they provide may not be reliable.
When forced to re-evaluate your career, forewarned is forearmed.
PAs and NPs often receive several job offers after graduation, but there is more to consider than just salary.
Teaching patients to practice good sleep hygiene can help them get the correct amount of sleep.
Patients who have birth plans should be prepared to make concessions to ensure the safety of their newborn.
Clinicians should re-examine their bias against obese and overweight patients.
Educating patients about Lyme disease can help avoid unnecessary appointments and testing.
Themed races like The Tough Mudder and The Color Run are all over social media, but do they put participants at unnecessary risk?
A study showed that sleep coregulation can occur in close, romantic relationships.
Health care professionals, like patients, can often jump to the worst conclusions when making a diagnosis.