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Male Reproductive System Drugs

Drugs affecting the male reproductive system include androgens (male steroid hormones), anabolic steroids, and drugs that improve penile dysfunction.
Our Cup of Coffee: 6 Caffeine Facts for Nurses

Our Cup of Coffee: 6 Caffeine Facts for Nurses

Caffeine has many benefits to humans, but are there any cons that nurses must know about their ultimate energy beverage?

#FolicAcidPH: First National Social Media Day for Folic Acid Awareness

One in every five Filipino women of reproductive age has a folic acid deficiency, according to the 7th National Nutrition Survey by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute-DOST.
5 Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) Nursing Care Plans

5 Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) Nursing Care Plans

Nursing management of gastroesophageal reflux disease involves teaching the patient to avoid situations that decrease lower esophageal sphincter pressure or cause esophageal irritation.
7 Anxiety and Panic Disorders Nursing Care Plans

7 Anxiety and Panic Disorders Nursing Care Plans

The following are seven (7) nursing care plans for patients with anxiety and panic disorders.

Nurse Left with Horrific Scars after Romanian Convict Threw Boiling Water on Her

A Paddock Wood mental heath nurse was left scarred for life when a Romanian armed robber doused boiling water in her face.

Labor Complications

Getting through labor is one of the most anticipated events during a woman’s pregnancy. To avoid complications during labor, thorough assessment should be conducted by the health care providers early during the woman’s pregnancy.

Problems with Fetal Position, Presentation, Size, & Passage

A pregnant woman would always want the best for the fetus growing inside of her.

3 Easy Ways To Balance Work And Life When You’re A Nurse

If you are struggling with these issues, here are three things you can do to get the best out of work and life.

Nurse Managers: 3 Things You Need to Do to Keep Your Best Nurses

Nurses face a lot of stress while working. Being underpaid and overworked frequently drive them to quit, look for another job or change profession. Without the right approach, hospitals can easily lose their best nurses.