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May Is Older Americans Month

In the month of May, we celebrate Older Americans Month, led by the Administration for Community Living (ACL). To honor ...

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Pesticide Poisoning: What APPs Should Know

Pesticides—which can be found in insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, rodenticides, molluscicides, and nematicide ...

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Diversity in Research and the All of Us R ...

I have been working in the PA field for well over 18 years and have always thrived on knowing that I am treating my pati ...

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True Confessions of a Former Sugar-Substitute Love ...

For years I drank beverages sweetened with non-nutritive sweeteners and thought they were the greatest invention—I ...

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Women Making a Difference and Paving the Way: Part ...

In this second post for Women's History Month, I will be focusing on the contributions of female NPs who have gone above ...

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Women Making a Difference and Paving the Way: Part ...

In New York City, the 1-year anniversary of the garment workers' strike—where the International Ladies' Garment Wo ...

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Barriers in Healthcare: A Focus on Language

We live in a society filled with a diverse set of cultures and languages. The US especially has been known to have one o ...

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Facilitating Behavior Changes

I recently listened to a very good speaker on helping patients with behavior change. Dr Judson Brewer is an addiction ps ...

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The Health Risk of Consuming Sugar-Sweetened Bever ...

When I inquire about dietary intake during a new patient history, I am always surprised to hear how many people drink su ...

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