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Program to Improve and Sustain Heart Healthy Behaviors among Minorities and Older Women

Post By: Scott Evelyn, Cigna President and General Manager, Tri-State Market.   About Heart Disease and Women Although many patients think of heart disease as striking men more often than women, you as health care professionals know all too well that more women than men die from heart … [Read More...]

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What’s Your Reason for not Blogging?

When I started my blog three years ago, my goal was to get my message out there. I wanted to share my message with other international nurses to make their relocation to America easier. Do you have a message you want to share?  I know many nurse entrepreneurs who run businesses like; CPR … [Read More...]

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Want to fight Cancer? Eat your Veggies!

I’m sure you have a family history or a close relative or friend, who has suffered from cancer. It may have been breast, colon or prostate cancer. Some people will develop cancer even though they do not have a family history. You want to be smart and proactive, and defend your body … [Read More...]

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Happy Thanksgiving from International Nurse Support

  Thanksgiving is a long time tradition in American culture. The holiday itself is not religious. It is, however, linked to patriotism, being  American, tradition and family. It‘s a time to give thanks and invite friends and family to celebrate the good things the year has … [Read More...]

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How to Make Your Relocation Experience Easier

  Are you planning to relocate? It may be a new job opportunity for you or your spouse. Whatever the reason is, relocation can cause a lot of stress. I know people who have had a complete nervous breakdown because they did not take the time to think through the changes relocation can … [Read More...]

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4 Interview Mistakes You Need to Avoid

Have you ever done an interview and wished you could rewind the clock and redo it because you made some terrible blunders? I know the feeling. I once arrived late for an interview. I tried to blame the weather and traffic, but I could see in the eyes of my interviewers that they were not … [Read More...]

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Would you Nurse an Ebola Patient?

I went to work yesterday, and everyone was in a panic. Two nurses are now infected with the Ebola virus and who knows how many more nurses will get infected? I decided to ask some of the nurses what they would do if an Ebola patient was admitted on our unit? Let’s imagine a situation where … [Read More...]

Healthy Living

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Want to fight Cancer? Eat your Veggies!

I’m sure you have a family history or a close relative or friend, who has suffered from cancer. It may have been breast, colon or prostate

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Are You Adding Colorful Foods To Your Diet?

    When your meal consists of just one or two colors, not only does it not look appetizing and inviting, but you may be missing out

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A Healthy Salad For Busy Caregivers.

Cilantro Salad is a healthy salad that only takes a few minutes to make. On those days when you have limited time and want something fast and

Lifestyle

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How to Make Your Relocation Experience Easier

  Are you planning to relocate? It may be a new job opportunity for you or your spouse. Whatever the reason is, relocation can cause a lot

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6 Steps That Will Increase Your Happiness Daily

  Do you believe you can actually increase your happiness? I’m not talking about living in a state of denial, but rather, being happy

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Why Nurses should take an Adventure Vacation

          It is no secret that nurses tend to be workaholics. Many times you go on working for several