93% of nurses suffer from swollen and painful feet after their shift. Here are some ways to lessen that pain.
One doctor openly discusses the often-overlooked epidemic of suicide among physicians, and what can be done to stop it.
Nationally, female physicians make an average of 26.5 percent, or $91,000, less than male physicians.
Laws in more than half the states are likely to prevent NPs from using their licenses in rural areas that need it most.
Nearly three-quarters of PAs now say that their main area of practice is in a specialty other than primary care.
Some transgender men and women are turning to Speech Language Pathologists for help with feminizing or masculinizing their voices.
Because there is no cure for Alzheimer’s, PT and OT are about making the patient’s remaining years as wonderful and enjoyable as possible.
Public health officials agree that the next major pandemic will be influenza. Are U.S. hospitals ready for it?
68% of employees at healthcare organizations would share sensitive, confidential, or regulated information under certain circumstances.
It’s Sleep Awareness Week, and if you’re a nurse, you’re probably well aware of how tired you are. Here’s some tips on how to get a better night’s sleep.