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More Nurses May Mean Fewer Deaths in the ICU

According to results from a study involving more than a thousand ICUs in 75 countries, a high nurse to patient ratio in intensive care units was independently associated with a lower risk of in-hospital deaths. […]

Nursing is the Most Trustworthy Profession in the U.S.

Each year, Gallup asks Americans to rate how honest and ethical they believe common professions are. In 2014, nurses, doctors, and pharmacists rounded out the top three. Eighty percent of respondents chose “high” when asked […]

More Specialty Nurses Needed to Support Workers with IBD

A report by Lancaster University’s Work Foundation recommends an increase in the amount of specialist nurses so people with IBD can manage their condition in the workplace. The Work Foundation also advises that certain government […]

MRI Upgrade Enhances Researchers’ View

With a recent upgrade to the 3-Tesla (3-T) MRI scanner, Penn State will have one of the most technologically advanced MRI scanners in the nation. The upgrade will give doctors and researchers a clearer and […]

What Do Clients Look for in a Personal Trainer?

Most personal training clients don’t choose a personal trainer without first doing their homework. From recommendations and certification to checking references and conducting interviews, today’s personal training clients are educated, serious, and dedicated to finding […]