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Pheochromocytoma: Not your everyday diagnosis

Recognizing this rare condition requires knowledge - and some creative thinking.

Cartoonist with a cause

The cartoons of Theresa Garnero, APRN, BC-ADM, MSN, CED, help patients cope with diabetes.

Take Note – June 2008

Failure to rescue is most common safety mistake in hospitals       HealthGrades’ fifth annual Patient Safety in American Hospitals Study found that failure to rescue and...

Take Note – May 2008

One in four U.S. teenage girls has an STD According to a recent federal study, one in four American teenage girls has a sexually transmitted...

Drugs Today – May 2008

An update of drug news, including alerts, approvals, and removals.

Take Note – April 2008

Pam Cipriano to receive ANA’s Distinguished Member Award American Nurse Today Editor-in-Chief Pamela Cipriano, PhD, RN, FAAN, will receive the Distinguished Member Award from the...

DPP-4 Inhibitors: A new approach to type 2 diabetes

Find out how this new class of drugs may help some of the 10 million Americans with type 2 diabetes who can't control their glucose levels. 

Prevailing over acute pancreatitis

How to manage this complex condition correctly to avoid severe complications.

Drugs Today – February 2008

A monthly update of drug news, including alerts, approvals and removals.

Pharmaceutical waste: What nurses need to know

Too often, pharmaceutical waste - much of it hazardous - shows up in our surface, ground, and drinking water. To solve this problem, the healthcare industry must work closely with federal and state regulators.