Month: November 2020

Recently, a mental health condition known as bipolar disorder made front headlines when an “A-list” celebrity came forward and made his diagnosis known to the world. And although it’s been around for some time, do you actually know what bipolar disorder is? For many, many years, bipolar disorder was misconstrued with other mental illnesses and
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  People have been dealing with sexual harassment in the workplace for decades. Recently however, more individuals have started to shed light on this issue, which has prompted a strong movement of putting an end to this type of discrimination among the work force. In 2017 alone, nearly 7,000 charges alleging sexual harassment were filed
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When COVID-19 made its way to the Navajo Nation in March, a combination of circumstances fanned its flames. And by May, the Navajo Nation — which covers an area of roughly 27,000-miles that includes sections of Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico — had surpassed New York as having the highest per-capita COVID-19 infection rate in
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Sometimes, it takes a village to get personal protective equipment to the healthcare workers who need it during a pandemic. Rachel Smith, BSN, RN, director of nursing at Lincoln Community Hospital in Hugo, Colo., found that to be true for nurses and others working at the front lines for U.S. rural hospitals. But Heart4Heroes stepped
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