Watch two men experience simulated labor pain with their wives looking on and acting as coaches. No thanks. I know I’m a wimp. Labor Pain Simulation from Kensington on Vimeo. Source: Thought Catalog
Archive for the ‘Break Room’ Category
A mother’s trait of simply “being there” was mentioned most frequently by young men as critical in how close they were to their moms — whether that meant talking about romance, discussing faith or picking a college major, according to a Baylor University researcher. With Mother’s Day on the horizon, and with the new TV [...]
Penn Nursing Associate Professor Christopher Lance Coleman, PhD, MPH, RN, was a nursing student at the onset of the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s, when treatments were nearly nonexistent and funeral homes refused to pick up those who died from the disease. He revisits the experience with “Don’t Ever Forget Me” in the new book [...]
I stumbled upon #WHATSHOULDWECALLNURSING after a friend posted it online. The Tumblr was created in 2012 by an anonymous ICU nurse, and is a funny take on the wonderful, and sometimes weird, world of nursing.
According to Jeff Bergen, a mathematics professor at DePaul University in Chicago and a lifelong collegiate basketball fan, the odds of picking a perfect bracket are less than one-in-9.2 quintillion. He demonstrates the math on YouTube.