Tag Archives: Back

8 Stretches to Relieve Your Back Pain

If your back hurts, you’re not alone, especially if it’s your low back that’s achey. For one study, the CDC estimated that up to a quarter of adults in the U.S. had reported experiencing low back pain within 3 months, making it the most common type of pain reported by patients. Thankfully, most people don’t… Read More »

Getting fired doesn’t make you a failure — here’s how to get back on track

Getting fired ranks somewhere between shoulder surgery and living through a pandemic. (Oh wait, we’ve checked that one off our list now.) While some firings are more dramatic than others, it’s safe to say they all are pretty brutal. But instead of letting being fired derail your career trajectory, you can use the experience to… Read More »

Stop Rolling Back Expanded Practice Licenses for Nurse Practitioners

Dallas Ducar Katie Wolf By DALLAS M. DUCAR, MSN, PMHNP-BC, RN, CNL and KATIE WOLF, MBA We’re not in Kansas anymore. Kansas has rescinded an executive order that dramatically empowered and expanded its healthcare workforce as COVID-19 cases soared.  In the best interest of patients now and in the future, other states must not follow… Read More »

Cornell Says It’s Safer To Bring Students Back To Campus, Will Resume Classes September 2

TOPLINE Cornell University said that it planned to resume classes on campus this September after university researchers projected it was safer to resume classes with a mix of in-person and online learning, a claim that is controversial among outside epidemiologists. CORNELL UNIVERSITY, ITHACA, NEW YORK – 2015/10/10: Samuel Curtis Johnson Hall, School of Management …… Read More »