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Iris Dawn Tabangcora, RN

Iris Dawn is a nurse writer in her 20s who is on the constant lookout for latest stories about Science. Her interests include Research and Medical-Surgical Nursing. She is currently furthering her studies and is seriously considering being a student as her profession. Life is spoiling her with spaghetti, acoustic playlists, libraries, and the beach.

Anti-Infective Drugs

Anti-infective agents are drugs utilized to exert effect on invading foreign organisms on the body, especially those which can cause infection.


Anthelmintics are drugs used to treat infections caused by susceptible invading worms.

Antiprotozoal Drugs

Antiprotozoals are agents used to treat protozoan infections. Protozoan infections are common in tropical areas.

Antineoplastic Agents

Antineoplastic agents comprise one aspect of chemotherapy.


Antibiotics are agents made from living microorganisms, synthetic manufacturing, and genetic engineering that are used to inhibit specific bacteria.

Client Teaching: 6 Ways to Preventing Back Injuries

The back is essential to performing activities and maintaining...

Patient Education: 5 Nursing Tips in Creating Effective Written Teaching Aids

Here are five tips to writing effective teaching aids for patient education.

Normal Pediatric Developmental Milestones

The development of a child mostly takes place in the early years of his life.

Safety First: A Nurse’s Guide to Promoting Safety Measures Throughout the Lifespan

Here is a guide to promoting safety measures throughout the lifespan.

The Aging Body Systems: Explaining Physiological Aging

Here are the body systems and the changes they undergo while aging.