Enjoy FreshTomato and Melon Salad after a Long Day

    After a long day at work, most nurses find it easy to eat whatever presents itself first. A tomato salad is best because it is healthy, has very few calories, yet can be quite filling. Tomatoes are high in antioxidants and rich in vitamin C. You can use... Click here to continue.

The Healing Benefits of Honey

Honey is the queen among sugars. It is a glorious golden color, ranging in shades depending on what plants the bees sourced their pollen from, flowing from the spoon directly to your mouth. Honey is also an antiseptic and is good for the liver and tough on cancer. It tastes... Click here to continue.

5 Simple Exercises for Busy Nurses

  We all know we need to exercise. The only problem is, many nurses are so pressed for time it’s just not possible to go to the gym or go jogging or walking after work. Some nurses work overtime or are just so stressed that they don’t have any motivation... Click here to continue.

5 Foods Nurses Can Eat to Reduce Fatigue

Fatigue and deficiency of energy are problems every nurse suffers from. Your work beats the threshold of  the human body and mind because of overwork that makes you irritable and exhausted. Bear in mind, that though it is always fascinating to look great, it is more important to feel great.... Click here to continue.

Stay Young and Healthy by Eating Garlic

Garlic is so full of flavor, found in many of our favorite dishes and is an integral part of Italian and Indian food, tasty soups, hearty dinners and warm lunches. But its health benefits are what make it so absolutely essential to an organic lifestyle. Garlic is an antibacterial, anti-fungal... Click here to continue.