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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 over 3 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 over 3 years ago | Rated: +2
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    5 Essential Holiday ID-Theft Protection Tips

    5 Essential Holiday ID-Theft Protection Tips
    What in the world do we have to learn from Ebenezer Scrooge about protecting our identities during the busy holiday season? Plenty! Scrooge was a miserly old git who wouldn’t share anything—his coal, his wealth, his love. The ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future scared him into realizing that giving generously is what the holidays (and life) are all about. ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +1
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    15 Reasons to Date a Nurse

    Nurses work long hours, with schedules that rarely concur with most people's 9-5 — so it can be tough to maintain an active social life. How does a nurse convince someone outside the medical field that beneath that strange work schedule and work stories about bodily functions, there's a great partner? That's where we come in. Here Are 15 Reasons to ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +15
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    6 Ways to Spread Holiday Cheer at the Hospital

    6 Ways to Spread Holiday Cheer at the Hospital
    This holiday season, you’ll shine brighter than the White House Christmas tree if you forgo the temptation to slack off too much at the hospital and decide instead to accomplish a thing or two (really, it’s possible!). Read on for tips on being productive during the holidays: 1. Spread Good Tidings It’s the perfect time of year to get noticed by ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +1
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    The Do-It-Yourself Gift Guide

    The Do-It-Yourself Gift Guide
    It’s the middle of December, and you find yourself with a gift-giving list full of friends and family members who already have everything. You’re dreading the gift search because you can never find the right thing—the perfect combination of unique, personal, and thoughtful for each individual. You always wish you were crafty and had the time, skill, and creativity to make ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +1
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    3 Rules of a Healthy Breakup

    3 Rules of a Healthy Breakup
    Drama. Deceit. Devastation. It’s not just reality TV; it’s the reality that most of us experience when we end a relationship, because we don’t and won’t leave our men until we reach the point of hating, hurting and hardly speaking. Like a pit bull gripping its most beloved doggie toy, we believe that if we feel any ‘love’ at all for ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Black Friday Holiday Deals

    Black Friday Holiday Deals
    If you're one of those brave souls heading out on Black Friday this year, see what door-busting sales are awaiting your arrival! We've compiled a quick list of major retailers and what their sales have to offer. So grab your lists and check them twice for any of these hot items going on sale this year: • Best Buy: preview Best ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Healthy Thanksgiving Meal Alternatives

    Healthy Thanksgiving Meal Alternatives
    Every November, families and friends all over the United States lick their chops in anticipation of Thanksgiving, when they’ll gather ’round big tables to gorge themselves on turkey drenched in gravy, butter-saturated mashed potatoes, and corn syrup–filled pecan pie. Gleeful gluttony has become as much a part of Thanksgiving as the food that’s served or the thanks we give; indeed, the ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Nurses to Follow on Twitter

    Nurses to Follow on Twitter
    Trying to filter out the TMI tweets from quality content? Let NursingLink help you! We’ve compiled a list of which nurses (or profiles) we think you should be following on Twitter, and our top picks range from podcast hosts to social media savvy RNs. So without further ado, see why these nurses have garnered such a large following and not by ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +4
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    4 Popular Nursing Collectibles

    Dolls, wine bottles, postcards…what do these items have in common? They're all collectibles and valuable to someone. If an object comes in more than one size or one style, there's a sure bet that someone collects them. This includes nursing paraphernalia. While you may not be into collecting iron lungs, here are some nursing contraptions that have found their way ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Beauty Products to Avoid While Pregnant

    Beauty Products to Avoid While Pregnant
    Pregnant women often hear advice on what they should and shouldn’t be putting into their bodies. However, rarely do they consider that what they’re putting on their bodies may also pose a risk. It is estimated that women use, on average, twelve different beauty and body products a day, and many of these products contain chemicals that may harm a fetus. ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +1
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    How to MacGuyver a Cholera Treatment (Pass it On)

    Cholera broke out in Haiti a month ago with a few isolated cases. It's now claimed about 800 lives and the situation is getting worse. In the video above, via Boing Boing, Dr. Jan Gurley demonstrates how to make what's known as "oral rehydration therapy," a solution of salts and sugars that helps keep people with cholera alive. All you ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +1
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    7 Ways to Care for Winter Skin

    Cosmetics companies just love to sell you on the idea that each new season calls for an arsenal of new products. And why wouldn’t they? It means you’ll ditch your half-finished current bottle of snake oil in favor of one that comes with the same crap on the inside and different claims on the out. Cha-ching. Of course, it’s true that ...
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    Your Shopping Personality Explained

    Your Shopping Personality Explained
    I’ve never been a mall rat, even when I was a teenager. In fact, I used to have pretty severe physical reactions whenever I spent more than an hour in a clothing store. It all started when I was about five and my mother, whose patience for bargain hunting equals that of a Labrador retriever waiting for food scraps to fall ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +1
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    4 Tiny Body Parts With Really Big Jobs

    4 Tiny Body Parts With Really Big Jobs
    It’s sometimes hard to know which parts of the human body serve a purpose and which parts don’t. Sometimes it’s obvious—feet and fingers are important, while evolutionary remnants like the appendix aren’t. Thumbs are an absolute necessity, while we could quite easily live without earlobes. The purpose of some parts of the body, though, is a little less clear. Are they ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Alcohol and Caffeine: A Dangerous Mix

    Alcohol and Caffeine: A Dangerous Mix
    Mixing caffeine and alcohol is hardly a new trend; Irish coffee, for example, has warmed many a belly in the United States since the 1950s. And as long as such drinks have been around, so has the question of whether combining a stimulant (caffeine) and a depressant (alcohol) poses any health risks. However, unlike the newer alcohol-caffeine fusion cocktails that are ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Best Haircuts and Styles for a Long Shift

    Best Haircuts and Styles for a Long Shift
    Let’s talk about one of the top pet peeves of a nurse’s style: After Work Hair. Many of you stuff it in and out of a cap throughout the day, you pull it back to get it out of your face, you clip it off your eyes, and then, at the end of your shift, you’re stuck with a ‘do you ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +1
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    5 Things to Wash Before Using

    5 Things to Wash Before Using
    Some people throw everything in the washer immediately after they buy it. Others (ahem … me) prefer to live on the wild side. So who’s right? Is washing new pieces right away always necessary? Or does it vary by item—sheets versus towels, underwear versus T-shirts? I brought up the topic to one friend while sheet shopping for her new apartment. “I ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +1
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    5 Ways to Fix Your Man's Issues (Or Not)

    5 Ways to Fix Your Man's Issues (Or Not)
    “I can fix him.” “He will change for me.” “Just give him some time, he’ll come around.” “When we get married, move in together, and have kids, he will change.” If these statements, or words like them, have ever traveled across your lips, welcome to the Queen of Illusion Club. This club is reserved for women who have ever tried to ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +1
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