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According to Survey, there will be about 9 million nurses America will need by 2030 and about 355,000 Nurse Practitioners are needed to lead nursing teams by then. With this, it is very important that we start investing in the current nursing students to ensure their success and that they will be ready to serve the healthcare needs of America. The life of a nursing student is not easy, as busy as they are when they finally start working in...
The Monkeypoxvirus has been spreading worldwide in the past months and has been reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) that since may 13, 2022, multiple cases from 28 member states across four WHO regions (Regions of the Americas, European, Eastern Mediterranean and Western Pacific Regions) where Monkeypoxvirus isnt reported. Since the beggining of these year, 1536 suspected cases were reported from eight countries in the WHO African...
New research has identified a link between vascular complexity in the eye’s retina and the risk of having a myocardial infarction, or in other words, a heart attack. The discovery was made by using artificial intelligence and “deep learning” to process data representing a large group of individuals. Combined with new genetic insights, the researchers can accurately predict heart attacks when the model includes...
Little Fletcher Pack woke up Monday morning and asked: “Is today vaccine day?” For the 3-year-old from Lexington, South Carolina, the answer was yes. The nation’s infants, toddlers and preschoolers are finally getting their chance at COVID-19 vaccination as the U.S. rolls out shots for tots this week. Shipments arrived in some locations over the weekend and some spots, including a Walgreens in South Carolina and...
So much for the great resignation and talent war in the market. It is time to roll up the sleeves and look into the betterment of the healthcare workforce and seize opportunity to empower the seasoned and incoming nursing professionals.  Networking One way to strengthen the community in the medical field is to create that network of professionals where one can find a place to connect with people who have the same specialization,...
Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health conditions worldwide. While they tend to affect women more than men, men are still widely affected. Due to differing social and biological factors, men’s experiences of anxiety, from coping styles to treatment-seeking behaviors, differ from those of women. Anxiety disorders are  characterized  by excessive fear and worry, and behavioral disturbances. They ...
The public health policy in America aims to lessen the burden of its citizens on the costs they need to pay for care and also their access to care and the quality of care they receive which influenced their overall health.  These policies create and implement laws, rules, and regulations for managing the nation's healthcare system. In 2010, the AFFORDABLE CARE ACT was signed by President Barack Obama to help expand health insurance...
Hospitals must list the cash prices for services like X-rays or medical tests online, according to federal law. A new study finds the rule is largely ignored. Few hospitals are posting the prices of their common procedures online, despite a federal law that went into effect more than a year ago. The  Hospital Price Transparency Law  is intended to make the  hidden costs of services  such as X-rays, medical tests or...
As we battle the great resignation during pandemic and up to this very day. The talent war and salary competition are also in play across industries. For the healthcare industry, there has been an increase in the salary offers for nurses in order to retain and attract talents. Based on the Kaufmann Hall report , the median salary from 2019 was $64 per hour, increased to $71  per hour by 2020, then rose up to $103 per hour in 2021 and at...
Fighting COVID-19 demands new knowledge. But the country’s most important health-research agency has become sclerotic and overly cautious.   any parts of the U.S. government, including its leading scientific agencies, are being blamed for the country’s chaotic and disorganized response to COVID-19. The CDC’s  muddled and mistaken messaging  about masks, testing, and the mechanism of viral spread sowed...
As  COVID-19 cases  began to accelerate again this spring, federal data suggests the rate of breakthrough COVID infections in April was worse in boosted Americans compared to unboosted Americans — though rates of deaths and  hospitalizations  remained the lowest among the boosted. The new data do not mean  booster shots  are somehow increasing the risk.  Ongoing studies  continue to provide...
COLUMBIA, Mo. —  As people get older, it might get harder to do everyday activities such as cooking or driving. If a person is unable to take care of themselves, they may need to move into a nursing home or assisted-living facility for extra help. However, new research suggests people who live at home (“live in place”) or at an independent living facility may be more likely to live longer and healthier without needing...