Blood clots and DVT are one of the most potentially deadly phenomena that can form undetected inside your body. Here are 6 important things that you need to know to help detect and prevent them in early stages.
We are proud to present the results from our deep-dive on nursing resources: The top 11 articles, blogs and guides that are most helpful for new nurses.
Whether you are an athlete, getting into physical fitness for the first time, struggling from chronic pain, working 60 hours a week on your feet, or recovering from a recent injury or procedure...
Identify your goal, DECIDE that you can actually accomplish your goal, then incentivize yourself appropriately to make it “worth it.”
You don’t even need to exercise vigorously every day to be healthy – you just need to have a very deliberate, well-informed plan that covers all 7 days of the week.
When most people think of “physically demanding” jobs, nursing probably doesn’t come to mind—BUT WE KNOW! You work long, tiring shifts.
This week, we will discuss how to prevent one of the most common and most deadly vascular health attacks in the world – known as Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) within the medical community.
Like anyone else, you have many ideas in mind for your desired level of physical fitness, your desired body type, and your overall physical health and well-being...