December 2007 Vol. 2 Num. 12

Connect, empower, celebrate

At the recent National Magnettm Nursing Conference, 5,000 nurses celebrated, demonstrating the power of fun.

Could your headache really be a migraine?

If your headaches interfere with your job, home life, and leisure activities, read this article to learn when to suspect you may have a migraine and what to do about it.

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Funding the future of nursing

What do ANA members Pamela Mitchell, Elaine Larson, Ann Rogers, and Dorothy Brooten have in common? Early in their careers,…

Get Savvy to syncope

Syncope is a common occurrence and is commonly benign. But sometimes a swoon signals a serious underlying condition. Learn what causes syncope and how to assess and intervene for a patient who has just experienced it.

Herbal facts, herbal fallacies

Many people assume herbs can’t cause harm, and neglect to tell healthcare providers they’re using them. This article will boost your herbal awareness and help you eradicate herbal ignorance among patients, colleagues, family, and friends.

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Take Note – December 2007

Previous pneumonia vaccination reduces ICU admissions Among adults hospitalized for pneumonia, those who’ve been vaccinated against the disease are less…

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