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Author Archives: Mecheil Lewis

A Peep on Cherokee’s New Luxe Collection

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Cherokee Uniforms continues to astound it loyal customers with innovations in their designs as well as fabrics. Cherokee’s new Luxe collection is certainly as it says luxury to the max. Soft, lightweight and with a little stretch that makes it so easy for the wearer to move around. A normal day in a nurse’s life […]

Truly Inspired Comfort from The Workwear Core Stretch Collection

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Cherokee Uniforms recognizes the need to continuously evolve to ensure that they are able to keep up with the needs of their loyal customers. They have now come up with a new collection that will be most appreciated by those who love a little stretch on their nursing scrubs. Each scrub top and pants under […]

Trees and All Its Benefits

Pulse Uniform is not just an online clothing store for medical uniforms, accessories and supplies. It is a complete website  where customers can also the learn the whys and the how-to, especially with regards to fashion in the workplace, and in the case of healthcare professionals that could be the hospital setting, physicians, offices, or […]

Registered Nurses’ Alternative Work Settings

People often think that licensed professional nurses only work inside the hospitals. Well, majority of the nurses employed (60%) do work inside the hospitals but around 40 percent work in other work settings including offices of physicians, medical centers, home health care services, nursing facilities and other care settings. What people may not really know […]

Celebrate Save Your Vision Month 2012 by Keeping Eyes and Vision Healthy

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When March comes the first thing that comes to mind is St. Patrick’s Day. Do we even know that March is also the Save Your Vision month? Yes, Save Your Vision Month is really a national observance that was started years ago and is held every March with the aim of increasing awareness regarding good […]

The Importance of the Nurses’ Health Study

Much of what we know about health and disease today is because of the Nurses’ Health Study. Whether it is about the dangers of tobacco and trans fat to the benefits of physical activity and whole grains, everything we know is because some 250,000 nurses have participated in this study. The accuracy of their reports […]