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Natural And Home Remedies For A Sore Throat

On 21/Feb/2017 / In Articles

When people have a sore throat, they may experience a scratchy sensation in their throat, experience difficulty swallowing, or have sore or swollen glands in the neck or jaw. Sneezing, coughing, runny nose, and fever a[...]

Child Health: Taking Care Of Children With Fever

On 20/Feb/2017 / In Articles

Most Nigerian parents often panic when their children come down with fever, a condition in which a person’s body temperature is higher than normal. Fever is also called pyrexia.   Causes of fever in chil[...]

Professor Okoromah: Cogenital Heart Defects In Children: Some Facts And Mythologies

On 20/Feb/2017 / In Articles

What is a Congenital Heart Defect (CHD)? The word “congenital” means inborn or existing at birth. Congenital heart defects (CHDs) refer to abnormal development of heart and/or the major blood vessels that[...]

Doctors Who Find Meaning In Their Work Are Less Likely To Feel Burnout

On 20/Feb/2017 / In Articles

Doctors who feel burned out or overwhelmed by the demands of work are less likely to view their work with patients as a “calling” that has meaning, according to a recent study.   Burnout - characte[...]

How Nurses Should Respond During and After an Emergency By Katie Morales Part 2

On 20/Feb/2017 / In Articles

During an Emergency, Stay calm. Don’t assume more qualified people will respond. Sorenson had only been a nurse six months before she responded to save the pilot. Two physicians on the plane with Herrick deferr[...]

How Should Nurses Respond Before an Emergency Situation By Katie Morales

On 20/Feb/2017 / In Articles

For most nurses, their duty to save lives doesn’t end when their nursing shift ends. On December 30, 2013, two nurses aboard United Flight 1637 rendered life-saving aid to their pilot who was experiencing a heart[...]

Healthcare: Caring For Someone In Their Last Days And Hours

On 20/Feb/2017 / In Articles

While it may be difficult to talk about, dying is a normal part of life. Talking to your patient about the end of life requires both honesty and sensitivity.    While it’s vital to have open and hon[...]

The NICN Judgements; The beginning Of Better Things To Come - Tam Adetunji Adeyeye NPRO AMLS

On 20/Feb/2017 / In Articles

Dear Colleagues,   The victories we had today 17-02-17 at the National Industrial Court, Abuja did not come to us as a surprise! This is is because of our absolute believe that God is always on the side of the[...]

Placebo And Valium Are Equally Effective For Acute Lower Back Pain In The ER

On 20/Feb/2017 / In Articles

Emergency patients treated with naproxen and placebo had outcomes as good as or better than patients treated with naproxen and diazepam (trade name Valium) for acute lower back pain, according to the results of a doubl[...]

Healthcare: Caring For Someone With Renal Failure At The End Of Life

On 19/Feb/2017 / In Articles

Renal failure occurs when the kidneys can no longer filter excess water and waste products from the blood , which are normally passed out of the body as urine. There are many causes of renal failure. It is a complicati[...]

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