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Being a nurse is tough on your body - even a single shift can lead to a variety of aches and pains! While not every injury is avoidable, there are certain steps that nurses can take to prevent and manage some of the most common complaints. Here are 9 strategies that will help you manage the aches and pains that come with being a nurse.read more
Nurses are working round-the-clock, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. So how are sleep deprived nurses supposed to care for their health when getting enough sleep is sometimes not a realistic option? Here are 7 helpful, actionable tips for your health as a nurse when getting a good nights sleep just isn't possible.read more
I recently began a comprehensive writing and website development course that will take me at least 12 months to complete. And one of my first assignments was to write about a major fear that I have that pertains to my current writing niche. This post forced me to face a few very real fears I have about my professional life. Here are the 6 things I fear most about my nursing career.read more
Not only is coffee essential for our daily function as nurses but it also offers health benefits to our brains and body as well. Here are the top 21 best nurse coffee mugs for you to enjoy your daily cup of Joe. They make great gifts for nurses too!read more
As an emergency room nurse, I have witnessed first-hand plenty of accidents involving children that could have been prevented- including the ingestion of household items. It only takes a second for those tiny, delicate hands to get into trouble when a home isn't properly child-proofed. So in honor of emergency nurses week this October and my desire to encourage other parents to take an active stance in child-proofing their homes, my #1 safety message this year is to encourage parents to put their packets up!read more