nursing care

5 Tips To Improve Your Nursing Care

by John Gary These days, the demand for trusted nursing care is on the rise. This means the business is good for facilities that specialize in taking care of people that are no longer able to care for themselves due to old age, disabilities, or other serious health conditions. Here are 5 tips to improve…

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When Should I Be Tested for STDs?

by John Gary In the society we live in today, there are many things that can be the cause of concern when it comes to our health. Being exposed to many different situations in our lives today that we cannot control is a cause for all of us to be concerned about our well-being. With…

Serenity

Serenity- The Answer to Addiction?

by John Gary Serenity is the calmness individuals feel inside. Serenity is a huge part of our physical and emotional self-care. When individuals suffer from stress and are worried, frustrated, and anxious our physical body is affected. Individuals find their immune system is weakened which can lead to illnesses such as heart disease, cancer, and…

Bekah Moss

True Colours – The Art of Bekah Moss

by Michell Spoden My guest today is 26-year-old Bekah Moss from Canton, OH. She is a professional artist and musician, running her own freelance company. She is currently a Music Tech major at Kent State Stark, with a focus in voice, and author of the book True Colours. Michell: Please share with our viewers why…

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What’s Inside A Military Nurse’s Toolkit

by Nursing School Hub Military nurses save lives on the battlefield, but before they do so they need a formal education. The Navy, U.S. Air Force, Marines, and United States Coast Guard all require nurses to have an RN or BSN. However the Army currently employs active duty LPN’s, whom also serve as soldiers. Once…

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Getting the Benefits of Hairwash

by Michell Spoden Most of us have a traditional mindset when we think about going to the hair salon. We think that when we go and get our hair done, we are just thinking about things like a cut, style maybe a permanent wave, highlight, or color. But today I would like to inspire you…

Pedro Santos

Working with Wood – A Never-Dying Art

by Michell Spoden The historical practice of wood carving has been used on trees, doors, walking canes, smoking pipes, nativity sets and even Egyptian tomb ruminants. Rome, China, Syria, Greece, Portugal, Sweden, Native America and many more nations have practiced this historical art form. In every culture there is a touch of wood art somewhere.…