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2023 NADONA 36th Annual Conference

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The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC), the industry leader in ambulatory health care accreditation, announces the release of updated Standards for i...
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Penn Nursing Center Joins with 50 Leading National Organizations to Curb Infodemic of Health and Science Misinformation and Disinformation

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NCSBN Research Projects Significant Nursing Workforce Shortages and Crisis

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Let The Sunshine In

As the weather warms and the days grow longer, it may be a good idea to take a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease outdoors for a walk. A new analysis found that exposure to br...
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Visually Navigating On Foot Uses Unique Brain Region

Using vision to efficiently move through an area by foot uses a unique region of the brain’s cortex, according to a small study funded by the National Eye Institute (NEI). The...
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Toxic Protein Linked To Muscular Dystrophy And Arhinia

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health and their colleagues have found that a toxic protein made by the body called DUX4 may be the cause of two very different rare ...
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MU Researcher Studies Childhood Obesity Prevention Programs In Rural Schools

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Sports-Related Sudden Cardiac Arrest is Rare in Older Adults

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