Black History Month -Recognizing Dr Maya Angelou

    Black History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans, and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. Since 1976, America has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month.   This year, we want to … [Read More...]

How to Maintain Your New Year Resolutions

With a new year comes new challenges and the opportunity to do better than the previous year. You know the saying; "If you fail to plan, -you plan to fail." I know you've made your new year resolutions. Now, how can you keep them? Study plans If you are a student, your main aim is to gain more … [Read More...]

Tips for Newly Employed Nurses

As exciting as it is to start a new job, everything always seems so overwhelming. It does not matter whether you are a new graduate or experienced nurse. You may get an orientation to where the lab is and all the floors, but when you're done with your preceptor, you realize you can’t remember what … [Read More...]

Wellness

7 Ways Nurses Can Treat Their Feet Right

  Your feet literally carry you through life, bear your weight and take you places. As a nurse, you are constantly on your feet, from eight

What to Eat Before and After You Workout

    By now you’ve probably dedicated yourself to living a healthier lifestyle. Since exercise is an integral part of any

International Nurses

Can your International Nursing Education Enable you to Take the NCLEX Exam?

  Linda had completed all her nursing courses in Haiti. However, she had not taken her government's nursing exam. Her uncle who lived in

Can I Work as a Nurse in America Using my Visitor Visa?

This question was asked by one awesome nurse from Ghana who has a visitor’s visa which he will use to visit his uncle. He wants to know if he can