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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Nursing Profession Substance Abuse is Addressed by New Approach

The latest research shows that the number of people in the nursing profession who struggle with substance abuse could be as high as 10%-20%, while at the same time there is a shortage of qualified nurses and nursing students to … Continue reading

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Mental and Physical Health of Girls After Family Breakups May be Affected More Than That of Boys in Some Ways

The mental and physical health of children is always at risk when family breakups occur, but a new study shows that girls may be at higher risk of negative effects from the breakup than boys are. There are a number … Continue reading

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Research Shows Gender Roles and Violence May Be Linked

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers believe that gender roles and violence may be linked after the latest research findings. The researchers wanted to understand masculinity, and the behavioral health outcomes and injuries that can occur when masculinity and … Continue reading

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4 More Tips on Dealing with Eating Disorders and the Holidays

1. If you are struggling with one of the eating disorders then set up extra support options during the season. This will allow you to call or visit someone when you are tempted to give in or you are struggling … Continue reading

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5 Tips on Eating Disorders and the Holidays

1. Dealing with eating disorders during this season can be hard, but it will be easier if you eat regularly and plan ahead when you will be attending social events. It is a mistake to skip meals or to eat … Continue reading

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