Staying efficient at work and mentally alert can be a real challenge to nurses who work in night shift. But more than simply trying to give your best in the hospital, you also have to care for your own physical and emotional health, which means attending to your other needs as well. If you know [...]
Monthly Archives: February 2010
The American Cancer Society is firm at recommending regular mammography screening to women at age 40. This is in connection to the significant gains the country was able to witness in reducing breast cancer deaths for the past 19-20. To prevent 1 breast cancer death, 1,904 women ages 40-49 need to be screened, 1,339 for [...]
Hello. I am a physician assistant in the Air Force. Transitioning from construction to this career in 2001, I found it difficult to find any sense of accomplishment or satisfaction for a long time. Prior to this – the results of my labor were physically evident and easy to see. Now – no matter how [...]
Dr. Conrad Murray, pop star Michael Jackson’s personal physician was charged of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the latter’s death. The physician turned himself in and pleaded not guilty of the complaint that Murray allegedly did unlawfully and without malice, kill Michael Joseph Jackson.
While other fashion houses worry themselves so much about unique styles or should we say odd designs that common people can’t really wear, one fashion designer is more concerned at how he would be able to protect his clients from gunshot. Miguel Caballero, Bolgota’s bulletproof tailor mixes protection with fashion so that VIPs, soldiers and [...]
The long strife in fighting cancer is one big door that opens the mind of cancer patients as to the real value of life. Family and friends of victims testify to every pain that the cancer patient endured, and also speak of the pain that they themselves have to deal knowing they can do nothing [...]