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    Light Roast vs. Dark Roast Coffee: Which Has More Caffeine?

    Light Roast vs. Dark Roast Coffee: Which Has More Caffeine?
    Millions of Americans begin each morning with a cup of coffee. Some people are coffee connoisseurs, obsessing over the origin of the bean and the method of brewing while shunning any additives that would adulterate the natural flavor; other people just grab whatever’s available and dump in loads of milk and sugar. Besides the bean itself, the biggest factors that influence ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    5 Ways to Lose Weight For Nurses

    5 Ways to Lose Weight For Nurses
    Most of the nurses I have had the pleasure of working with share a common theme in regards to weight loss. They all are very aware of their health risks, and wish they could do something about it, but they simply don’t have the time. It’s usually the full-time job of additional (and usually needed) over-time, or the full-time job that ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    WINNER of NursingLink's Spa Day for the Holidays Contest

    WINNER of NursingLink's Spa Day for the Holidays Contest
    Announcing the WINNER of the Spa Day for the Holidays Contest! A few months ago, we asked NursingLink users: Why do YOU deserve a day at the spa? After reading every one of the thoughtful, touching, and inspiring messages, we've finally come to a decision. It wasn't easy; there were so many great entries to choose from! Nurses have it tough, ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +2
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    10 Ways to Control Your Fiery Temper

    10 Ways to Control Your Fiery Temper
    I’ll be the first to admit that when I’m behind the wheel of my car, I become a terrible person—a cursing, mad-dogging, dangerous-driving version of myself. The same is true of my public-transportation persona—my evil twin (or, alternately, my inner crybaby) always rears her ugly head when she’s forced to endure train delays or body-to-body buses, and then she spends the ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Can You Fake Yourself Happy?

    Can You Fake Yourself Happy?
    Today is a particularly frustrating day for you; in fact, you might even categorize it as a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. (Okay, maybe you’re having a great day, but for the sake of the story, just go with me.) In this situation, you have one of two choices: wallow in misery and let your grumpy mood fester, or ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    6 (Semi) Healthy Foods That Get a Bad Rap

    6 (Semi) Healthy Foods That Get a Bad Rap
    For years, nutrition advice could be summed up something like this: If you like eating or drinking (fill in the blank), it’s bad for you. Health experts blacklisted sugar, butter, chocolate, coffee, alcohol, and eggs. The Grim Reaper, it seemed, doubled as tiramisu cake. So we abstained from these forbidden foods or flagellated ourselves while indulging in them. No longer! Researchers ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Study: Women's Tears a Turnoff for Men

    Study: Women's Tears a Turnoff for Men
    If you're thinking a nice, sad romance flick a la Titanic makes for the perfect date film, dry those tears and think again. You may not know it, but human eyes produce two different kinds of tears—those that flow due to physical stress (i.e. an errant eyelash on the cornea) and those that flow due to emotions. (i.e. Leonardo DiCaprio sinking ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Bringing the Web to Work

    Bringing the Web to Work
    New Year’s Eve: Silence engulfed our little nurse’s station–there wasn’t a patient on our floor. Usually when we are all “open,” really entertaining conversation ensues. We nurses are natural-born story swappers and out comes the personality when we have a (very infrequent) break. But something was amiss. No one was speaking. Heck, no one was even eating all the treats laid ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    6 Ways to Prevent Seasonal Effective Disorder

    6 Ways to Prevent Seasonal Effective Disorder
    The onset of fall brings beautiful foliage, crisp days warmed by hot cider, and holidays celebrating the great pumpkin. Unfortunately, this season’s arrival also means shorter days and therefore fewer daylight hours, which can make everyone a little SAD. SAD, or seasonal affective disorder, is characterized by feelings of depression or lethargy as a result of infrequent access to light. Symptoms ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    12 Areas of Balance for 2011

    12 Areas of Balance for 2011
    For many, a new year is synonymous with new beginnings. This New Year can mean a fresh start, or a do-over. Many people write resolutions for the new year, to only find several weeks down the road either changes have not been made, follow through didn’t happen, or you can’t even find the paper you made your list on. May I ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +4
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    8 Foods That Will Bring You Luck in 2011

    8 Foods That Will Bring You Luck in 2011
    Ringing in the new year with good company and ample spirits is one of our oldest holiday traditions. Being surrounded by loved ones and bubbly champagne during the first seconds of January 1 sets the stage for a joyous future. (Well, aside from the post-celebratory headaches that some of us will experience in our very near-futures.) The start of a new ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Hug Your Way to a Healthier You

    Hug Your Way to a Healthier You
    About a year ago, I stumbled across a YouTube video showing two guys and a girl holding up signs that said “Free Hugs” in the middle of a crowded downtown street. I’ll admit, my initial reaction was, “What if they have bed bugs?!” (Sadly, that’s what happens when you live in a city with an infestation problem.) But the more I ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Top 10 Healthcare Moments of 2010

    2010 was a crazy year for the healthcare industry. From healthcare scandals, technological advancements, disease outbreaks, hot industry news, and health warnings, healthcare made headlines almost daily! We've put together some of the most notable healthcare stories in 2010. Check 'em out and add your own! THE LIST: 10. Japanese Nurse Robot 5. Daily Pill Lowers AIDS Risk 9. Social Media ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +2
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    20% Off NCLEX Reviews from ATI Nursing Education

    Discount Offer: After graduating, you live, eat and breath preparing for the NCLEX. That's why we're partnering with ATI Nursing Education and offering a 20% discount on Live NCLEX Review and Virtual-ATI NCLEX Review. We know that passing the NCLEX is a must. That's why we're offering a 20% discount to help. Offer specific Terms and Conditions: This offer is ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +4
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    'Twas the Night Before Christmas (Nursing Version)

    'Twas the Night Before Christmas (Nursing Version)
    ‘Twas the night before Christmas and night in the ward I glanced at the names that graced the white board. The charts were all piled on the desk without care In the hopes I’d have time to see what was there. The patients were restless, moving about in their beds While call bells went off, causing pain in my head. Charge ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    5 Gifts Nurses Actually Want for Christmas

    5 Gifts Nurses Actually Want for Christmas
    It’s that time again – food, family feuds, festivities, and fussing over what to get everyone you know. No wonder we’re a little stressed out! NursingLink can’t help you get along with your brother-in-law, but we can give you tips on what to buy for the nurses in your life. And forget cutesy angel trinkets or mugs donned with nursing catch-phrases. ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +2
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    6 Solutions to Sticky Holiday Situations

    6 Solutions to Sticky Holiday Situations
    We’re faced with more tricky etiquette situations from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Eve than in the previous eleven months combined. At no other time of the year does etiquette figure as prominently as it does during the time of gift-giving, party-attending, dinner-serving, and houseguest-hosting. ’Tis the season for social faux pas, but Lizzie Post, Emily Post’s great-granddaughter and author of How ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Monster iPhone App: Find Jobs with Your iPhone

    Monster iPhone App: Find Jobs with Your iPhone
    Thanks to Monster's new app for the iPhone and iPod touch, your job search can be right in the palm of your hands at all times. Monster designed the app to be the perfect complement to its website experience, giving you access to the Monster account you've already created online—including your resumes, your favorite job searches, your apply history, and so ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    5 Reasons to Shop Less and Give More

    5 Reasons to Shop Less and Give More
    Once the leftovers have been sorted, the good china has been put away, and the last of the Thanksgiving guests have left the house, Americans’ thoughts quickly turn to Christmas. More specifically, they start thinking about all the delicious loot they’re going to give and get. Discussions of who’s giving what to whom and which stores are having sales and who ...
    Published about 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    7 Celebs' Funny First Jobs

    7 Celebs' Funny First Jobs
    Fame, that elusive quality coveted by many and achieved by few, almost always has an expiration date. Today’s “it” actors and actresses have a far greater chance of becoming tomorrow’s has-beens and reality-show contestants than they do of being the next Elizabeth Taylor or Jack Nicholson. That’s why so many young upstarts branch out beyond acting into entrepreneurial roles, becoming clothing ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +2
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