Are you taking job-related stress home to your loved ones? Nurses are expected to be engaged, enthused and active at work.
As a nurse, your job is to focus on the health and healing of your patients. But in order to give them the best care possible you need to take care of yourself first.
As health professionals, nurses are well aware of health disparities in communities of color. Some patients will live shorter life spans simply because of their race, ethnicity, education or income.
In another month, most of us will announce to family and friends the resolutions we plan to pursue, achieve and maintain in 2014.
It can be a struggle to embrace healthy habits after an exhausting day at work. The reasons are all too familiar: erratic hours, high stress levels, skipped meals, and, lack of motivation.
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