Monthly Archives: June 2016

Emerging trends in nursing instruction signal shifts across education

Emerging trends in nursing instruction signal shifts across education (BPT) – When patients are treated as individuals, they become engaged, active partners in their care plan and their health outcomes improve. This shift in providing customized care to patients is also being adopted by nurse educators, who are applying a similar approach that sets up…

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Sci-fi or silver bullet? How immunotherapy is revolutionizing cancer treatment

Sci-fi or silver bullet? How immunotherapy is revolutionizing cancer treatment (BPT) – Could the kind of cancer treatment credited with saving former President Jimmy Carter soon work for everyone? News coverage of Carter’s recovery and in-depth coverage by media giants like TIME Magazine and 60 Minutes could lead you to believe that immunotherapy will be…

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Guidance and hope for people living with the most-common age-related vision problem

Guidance and hope for people living with the most-common age-related vision problem (BPT) – Silver screen icon Bette Davis once famously pronounced “getting old ain’t for sissies.” Caring for yourself or a loved one with age-related health issues is no picnic, either. Of all the health issues you may face as you age, vision problems…

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