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APN Leader Interview

To become an advanced practice nurse (APN), a nurse needs to further his or her education with programs, which provide required competency for registered nurses, for instance, to receive a Master of Science (MS/MPH) grade in nursing. The proficiencies acquired due to further training and education lead to specialization and acquisition of management roles. APNs […]

Bubonic Plague

Bubonic plague is one of the most deadly diseases in human history. It is a bacterial infection spread by Yersinia Pestis (Echenberg, 2012). According to historical records, the plague is mentioned as the cause of the Black Death. Notably, it was a plague that appeared in Europe, Asia, and Africa during the 14th century. The […]

Therapeutic Interventions for Anger

Anger is a normal emotion that helps an individual to relieve stress prompting to solve problems and provides a way to express negative feelings. Experiencing anger is a healthy reaction. In most cases, anger is the appropriate response towards actions of other people. When properly managed, anger can be a significant assistance to a healthy […]

Global Health and Healthcare Issues: Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Sexually transmitted diseases are spread all over the world. Their nature is asymptomatic, and individuals who have them rarely visit doctors. Not only do the venereal diseases destroy the body from the inside, but they also have a tendency to become chronic. In the latter case it is quite difficult to treat them. Untreated or […]

Postnatal Depression

Postpartum depression is a medical condition faced by the majority of women after childbirth. The symptoms are observed mostly in the females of reproductive age. By the end of pregnancy and before birth, a future mother becomes passive, losing control of the entire situation. She suffers from hypersensitivity and specific feelings, which can be compared […]

My Love Story

Modern physiology and psychology provide different perspectives on human behavior, in particular in a love relationship. These psychological perspectives include biological, learning, social and cultural, cognitive, and psychodynamic aspects. They all are different in their influence on the human conduit and offer particular approaches to understanding people’s behavior in a love relationship. These elements of […]

Common Diseases, Complications and Management

Common Cold Common cold is a very wide-spread viral infection that mainly affects the nasal cavity, thus causing a running nose. Sometimes, the throat and sinuses and voice box may be affected. The common type of cold is caused by rhinovirus. However, there are more than 200 virus strains causing common cold, while there is […]

The Impact of Maternal Weight during Pregnancy on Child’s and Mother’s Health in the Future

Recent years are characterized by an increase of interest in the impact of maternal weight on mother’s and child’s health, the attempts of reconsideration of the earlier known factors on the basis of new methodological fundamentals, and in the new achievements of fundamental medicine, biology and, respectively, the science of nutrition. An appropriate, healthy, and […]

Evidence-Based Pharmacology Paper: Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

Introduction Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder that is mainly characterized by high blood sugar levels due to impaired secretion of insulin or when its action is not sufficient (sometimes, both conditions can occur). The long-term hyperglycemia often leads to damage of organs in the body, particularly the kidneys, nerves, heart, eyes, and blood vessels. […]

Application of Theory Paper

Nursing theories can be defined in different perspectives in modern times. According to Meleis (2012), nursing theory is a conceptualization of the realities in practical nursing. The objectives of the theoretical aspect  is to explain the association between specific types of phenomena, the reason for describing the case, predictions of the nursing  impact and prescription […]