Education Department updates student loan forgiveness application for borrowers with disabling medical conditions, expanding access and simplifying the process.
Nursing News & Breaking Stories
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter died at the age of 96 after entering hospice care, raising awareness about end-of-life care.
Family wins $261 million lawsuit against hospital that wrongfully accused them of child abuse after mother dies by suicide.
Heidi Klum poses naked on Instagram ahead of her star-studded Halloween party, teasing her unique costumes and 'no costume-no entry' rule.
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A judge has recommended jail time for a young Black woman nursing student who was convicted of faking her kidnapping in Alabama.
Dorothy Hoffner, a 104-year-old woman from Chicago who recently skydived, has died. She may be certified as the oldest person to ever jump from a plane.
Tens of thousands of healthcare workers have gone on strike at Kaiser Permanente hospitals in four US states over wages and staffing shortages. Picketing began on Wednesday at hospitals in California, Colorado, Oregon, and southwest Washington. The Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions is seeking a 25% raise over four years and a $25-per-hour minimum wage for all workers across the US, while Kaiser has offered a 13%-16% raise over four years and a $23 minimum wage for California workers. The contracts for 75,000 nurses, ER techs, respiratory therapists, dietary workers, and home health aides expired on 30 September.
Former President Jimmy Carter celebrated his 99th birthday with his family in Plains, Georgia, breaking his routine of watching church services online. The celebration took place in the same house where the Carters lived before he was first elected to the Georgia Senate in 1962.
California Governor Gavin Newsom signs law raising minimum wage for fast food workers to $20 per hour
California fast food workers will receive a minimum wage of $20 per hour starting in April 2022, making it one of the highest in the country. The move reflects the power of labor unions and settles a dispute between labor and business groups. The law also establishes a fast food council with the authority to raise the minimum wage annually. The focus now shifts to a separate bill that would raise the minimum wage for healthcare workers to $25 per hour.
Love is Blind Season 5 promises self-discovery and emotional growth for contestants in their search for true love. Drama ensues with connections forming and breaking, including a heartbreaking love triangle.
Hollywood power couple Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis face backlash for supporting their friend, convicted rapist Danny Masterson, in court.
LSU hires Anzilla Gilmore as associate vice president for facility and property oversight, bringing over 23 years of experience.
Massachusetts teen dies after taking part in viral "One Chip Challenge"; family suspects complications from eating spicy chip.
Former NHS nursing boss denies ignoring warnings about serial baby-killer Lucy Letby and threatens legal action over untrue allegations.
Nurse Lucy Letby was accused of "faffing" while a baby she murdered was covered in blood, according to the baby's mother. Letby was convicted of murdering seven babies and attempting to murder six more. The parents of one of the babies said they trusted Letby completely.
Sandra Bullock's partner Bryan Randall died after a battle with ALS. The couple had a loving relationship and children together.
Sandra Bullock's boyfriend, Bryan Randall, has died after battling ALS. Bullock called him the love of her life.
Alabama woman disappears from interstate, returns home two days later.
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US officials approve Alzheimer's drug Leqembi, allowing insurance coverage.
Reality star Tammy Slaton pays tribute to late husband Caleb Willingham.
What news can we find under Nursing News Section?
Hey there! Ever wondered what kind of information swirls under the wide umbrella of 'Nursing'? Well, today is your lucky day because we're unraveling exactly that. Stand by for some knowledge infusion!
You know when they say Nursing, it's like opening Pandora’s box with a diverse range of sub-topics? That's beyond even Florence Nightingale could anticipate, isn't it?
The most common news you'll find mainly concerns nursing practices or cutting-edge research. Stories about ground-breaking discoveries to enhance patient care and improve outcomes pop up all over the place. It's always refreshing to keep an eye out on what these healthcare heroes are innovating, right?
From another angle, how about some real-life stories from nurses themselves? Because come on, aren’t those tales of life-changing experiences worth a read? Nurses really do see the best and worst humanity has to offer.
Beyond practical aspects though—you'd be surprised—but fields such as nursing education and policy changes also see plenty of coverage in this domain. Whether big-time changes to licensure requirements or updates regarding national public health policy—keeps us on alert mode doesn't it?
And who can forget about workplace issues? Discussions ranging from staffing shortages during pandemics (You know which one I'm talking about) or ways to combat burnout—their resilience never ceases impress us!
Last but not least: technological updates aiding in delivering better care—a realm where healthcare constantly evolves.