How Caring for Sensitive Skin is Different

It is a good idea to see a dermatologist if you have sensitive skin for recommendations on products, home remedies, diet and and other treatment.

As you start to pay more attention to your skin type, you may wonder what it is like for sensitive skin care instead of skin that is more normal. Sensitive skin is generally skin that is fine or thin. It might sunburn more easily or have reactions to certain products. Here are a few things that people with sensitive skin may need to do that those with normal skin will not have to worry about doing.

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Consult your dermatologist if you have sensitive skin for product recommendations and treatment.




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Enhance your Appearance with Facial Cosmetic Procedures

There are natural ways and medical procedures to remove wrinkles from your forehead, under the eyes or the entire face. Make sure you do proper research to make an informed decision.

Most people who get cosmetic surgery have procedures on the face. Many procedures are carried out during facial plastic surgery. While some people only get a single procedure to alter one feature, there are those who get multiple procedures or a full-face lift. It is important to find out the different procedures available so that you can make an informed decision before you go in for surgery.

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First, try natural wrinkle remedies, then research procedures thoroughly.




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How Charles Dickens Brought Positive Change to Victorian Medicine and Society

Charles Dickens’ illustration of the poor in his stories led to positive improvements in medicine and charity.

Some of his ideas were considered radically progressive in his day, and yet from his very first publications to his last, Charles Dickens stories shed light on some of the darkest and most despicable living conditions in London, and all the disease and desperation that went along with them.

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Charles Dickens illustrated the plight of the poor in his stories, leading to positive improvements.




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3 Medical Technologies for Our Future

Advances in healthcare technology such as wireless healthcare devices, mobile health, 3d printing and treating brain disorders are among the reasons for increases in life expectancy.

It is exciting to think about what the medical technology world has in store for us in the future. The medical world has seen some amazing advances since the days of bloodletting and lobotomies. Better technology and improved health care have given way to a longer lifespan and healthier lifestyles. Let’s take a look at some medical technologies that are paving the way for the future of health care.

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People live longer as the result of medical technology advances.




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Getting Help With a Mesothelioma Cancer Diagnosis

Diagnosed with mesothelioma, Victor found information on medical help and financial assistance from mesothelioma.net, giving him a better chance of survival.

Virgil Anderson was recently diagnosed with mesothelioma cancer, which is a cancer caused by exposure to asbestos. He came in contact with asbestos while working on his family’s farm, but he was mainly exposed during his job as a press operator in the manufacturing of stove tops. Many other groups of people come in contact with a lot of asbestos and are also at risk.

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There is help available when you are diagnosed with mesothelioma.




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Encouraging Nursing Staff as a Manager

The ideal nurse manager is confident, happy, a friend to the employee, recognizes employee needs and wants and when the employee is having a bad day..

The work of a nurse is often fulfilling. Few people can leave their job with as much satisfaction at the end of the day as nurses. They are directly involved with the badly needed care and treatment of sick or otherwise injured patients. They serve and get paid to do it on a daily basis.

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The nurse staff manager’s job is to understand the doctors, nursing staff, as well as the patient.





That doesn’t stop the work from seeming monotonous, demanding, or terrifying at times. Giving the same pills, making the same rounds, and giving the same shots day after day can get extremely monotonous. That’s how every job is. Once you’re good at it, you don’t think about it anymore and long for tasks that are more challenging or just different.

The managing staff often understands this concern better than most. The job can seem demanding at times, requiring overtime or on call work. Hospitals will often require you to work night shifts at times and rotate your schedule periodically. The sheer unpredictability of the schedule takes its toll as well.

Finally, for those nurses afraid of confrontation, the idea of encouraging a patient to do something that the patient doesn’t want to do can be a terrifying task that if not dealt with right, could lead the nurse to give up entirely, rather than grow from the experience.

These are all legitimate concerns of the employees the managing nurses have to be aware of. It is their responsibility to help them overcome each of these challenges in turn. For the new nursing manager, that might seem like a difficult task by itself. The promotion necessitates a chance for personal growth though, and these tips will help you adjust to your new responsibility.

First, before you’ll be able to make impressions on the people you work with. Remember that just because you have a new title, that doesn’t mean that, you shouldn’t still be a friend. Be a friend to those you work with. They want a leader they can relate with, talk to, and feel comfortable around.

They don’t want someone that shows fear or arrogance in the new position. Reach out to everyone and connect to them in your own unique way. Once you’re their friend, they will trust you and what you say from then on out.

Second, recognize when your employees are having a bad day. Ask them how they are doing every day. Respond appropriately and be interested in what they have to say. Meanwhile, remember that a majority of their feelings can be read in their actions. You can tell when someone is having a bad day, stressed or feeling overwhelmed by the way they go about their work.

If they lack the charisma, diligence, or focus that they usually have, feel free to pull them aside and ask how they are doing. Be accommodating and share experiences if they open up to you.

Third, be confident and happy as often as possible. Find joy in every day. Leaders inspire and affect their nursing teams by example more than by what they say. If you are finding ways to be happy or to have fun, you’re good attitude will spread to others, making the work fulfilling and worth it. Help those that you serve (for leadership is truly an opportunity to serve rather than put yourself above others). You’ll improve yours and their careers exponentially.

Leadership also means keeping track of your staff’s  work. Get trained in the management section of the Meditech software or the software used by your facility. You will be able to keep track of their work and praise or critique their work accordingly

Stevens Henager offers degrees in nursing administration in Ogden that will help nurses prepare for leadership roles they may play in their careers. A degree in nursing administration may prove to be just the boost you need to enjoy a long and successful run helping others that need your help.
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11 Anti-aging Superfoods for Younger Looking Skin (Empow-Her)

The list of anti aging food and drinks that makes you look younger includes green tea, fruits, and yellow vegetables, lean beef and salmon.

Want younger looking skin? Changing your diet may help you to achieve that. “Good skin relies on an adequate supply of essential nutrients,” certified nutritionist and dietician Nicolette Pace told Huffington Post. “Some studies indicate that it is indeed possible to delay aging and get an improvement in skin condition by improving your diet.” Here are 11 anti-aging superfoods that may help you to have younger looking skin.

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Anti aging foods include green, leafy vegetables.