Most Recent Articles by Kimberly Marselas
Working toward a common goal in a supportive environment improves patient care and employee retention, according to a study of early-career nurses in Quebec.
A Danish study of 12,000 female nurses found that those with physically demanding jobs and high blood pressure tripled their risk of developing heart disease.
The delirium that often lands seniors in nursing homes can be triggered by commonly prescribed antibiotics — a culprit doctors might overlook.
Patients who receive personalized brain fitness training can make cognitive gains, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine and the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Going to bed too early or too late has health implications even for non-shift-working women, according to a study published in Sleep.