Discussion on the science and research on how the rate of continued overconsumption by individuals and our culture at large, is damaging ourselves and the planet.
Understanding the emergence of a phenomenon known as “skin hunger” and how this can impact us during this time of pandemic.
The lack of social interaction and inter-personal connecting with others can be as damaging to our health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day.
Article presents the latest scientific research on brain function for both emotional and physical pain and discusses the psychophysiology of Heartbreak
Studies show how acts of kindness benefit our health, happiness and longevity
Studies show how the habit and practice of gratitude can enhance your life, your work and the lives of all around you.
A look at the specifics of how gossip undermines our work, health, relationships and our patients.
Self-care for all of us is an essential step to disease prevention. For nurses, our
knowledge and application of self care is another great value we bring to our patients.
We are experiencing an epidemic of rudeness and a lack of kindness in our culture.
This is also increasing in healthcare environments, as well
Animal therapy, especially the use of dogs, is one of the most rapidly growing, popular alternative modalities for senior mental and physical health.
Research studies have identified the most important take-aways patients want from their nurses and other health care providers.
There is a new menu of options of how nurses can serve patients and follow their passion.
This is Part II in a series of articles that will address the professional, legal and ethical guidelines for nurses working in private practice outside of a medical environment. For an excellent arti…
Explores the options for private nurse practices, while providing legal and professional guidelines.
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