How To Get Free Legal Doctor Advice
If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to you in the court of law. If you cannot afford a doctor, tough luck and better luck next time! Of course, there are Urgent Care places popping up all over the country, and although this has helped many, there are still many … Read more
Drug User Decriminalization
Author Note: When choosing photos for this confession, most were likely to be stock images, but accurately represent the life and death of a drug user or drug abuser. As the content and images were intended to help you understand the pain of a drug user, drug abuser, or the loss of one, this content has been … Read more
Lowest Paid Professionals In Healthcare
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When you think about working in the healthcare industry, you may think about a job with an excellent income and fabulous benefits. Doctors, surgeons, anesthesiologists, nurses and others are the most recognizable positions in this field, and they are often handsomely compensated for their education and expertise. While many healthcare workers regularly … Read more
Stroke Awareness Month
As you may know, May is Stroke Awareness Month, serving to raise awareness about the warning signs of stroke, symptoms of a stroke, stoke prevention, and the impact of stroke on survivors, families and caregivers. It is for this reason that I wanted to everyone to be aware of this visual resource that highlights this important … Read more
There are two types of nurses: Those who love their jobs and those who don’t. If you’re studying and planning to work in nursing, because of the money, as I’ve heard from many nurses: This job isn’t for you! There are far better jobs that pay more and are less stressful! Go for it! Run! Run as fast as you … Read more
So You Want To Be A Doctor?
If you want to become a doctor, it’s important to know all the steps involved if you want to achieve your goal. Many people will want to become a doctor to save lives, because you can work anywhere in the world, and of course because it’s a well-paid and stable job.
Of course, … Read more
Results of Nursing and the Affordable Health Care Act
As you may know, a recent report has revealed the Texas uninsured rate has fallen by 30% thanks to the limits on premium variation by age put in place by the Affordable Care Act. Because of this regulation, the largest drop in the uninsured was seen in Texans between the ages … Read more
What You Didn’t Learn In Nursing School
Most people become interested in nursing, not for the money, as most nurses soon discover how underpaid they really are, for the amount of work that is actually required of them, but because of the passion and desire to care for others, supervise, or be involved in saving lives.
Being a nurse can … Read more
Current medical studies have determined that one out of every twenty patients in the US is given a completely inaccurate medical diagnosis. For example, 28%-44% types of cancers are misdiagnosis, and researchers estimate that the number of patients suffering misdiagnosis- related, potentially preventable, significantly permanent injury or death in the US ranges 80,000 to 160,000.
It is for this reason … Read more
What’s the Difference Between a Nurse Practitioner and an MD?
Once upon a time — and not so long ago — the difference between a doctor and a nurse was clear. Doctors and nurses each wore their own unique uniforms — a long white coat for the doctor, a white cap and uniform for the nurse. Doctors received far more … Read more