In September of 2017 scientist engineered an antibody that attacks 99% of HIV strains. With this discovery, the potential for preventing or suppressing the HIV infection is closer to becoming a reality. From the initial discovery to current scientific breakthroughs, we will explore how scientist are advancing towards the elimination of the HIV pandemic.
Social media is a great place to learn interesting facts. It’s also a breeding ground for mis-information. That’s why we have compiled a few examples to keep you entertained and informed.
Essential oils have been all the rage, especially within the last several years. So, what exactly are they and what makes them so great? Don’t worry, we will delve into their history, how they are being used (even in hospital settings), the possible dangers, and how the different scents are thought to affect us. Then you can decide if essential oils should be added to your environment!
If you’re a nursing student looking for some insight into the industry, or a seasoned nurse seeking some extra inspiration, these speeches will get you motivated.
TED is a nonprofit organization focused on spreading ideas and sparking conversation in the form of motivational speeches. The organization was born in 1984 as a conference to bring together Technology, Entertainment and Design. Today, independent TEDx events around the world cover nearly any topic, in more than 100 languages.
Here are five professionals who will bring out your passion for nursing all over again:
More than 30 million people are living with diabetes, a chronic disease where there is a high level of sugar in the blood.
Of those millions, nearly 28 percent do not know they even have this disease and are not caring for themselves properly. More than 7 million of people who have diabetes are undiagnosed, according to the 2017 National Diabetes Statistics Report.
Even though a chunk of the population deals with diabetes every single day, the general population knows little to no factual information about it. Did you know there is actually two types of diabetes?