Epi 22: Charge Nurse

Epi 22: Charge Nurse

August 30, 2019

We will be talking about Charge nurses. We deal with them every day and some of you may be in a charge nurse position or thinking about becoming one. We are going to talk about the responsibilities of a charge nurse and some qualities of a good charge nurse.

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Truth About Vaccines

EPI 21: Truth About Vaccines

August 23, 2019

Most anti-vaccination believers claim that the compound Thimerosal led to an increase in autism cases. The Measles/Mumps/Rubella vaccine is their usual target. However, Thimerosal was never used as a preservative in the Measles/Mumps/Rubella vaccine. 

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EPI: 20 Is Healthcare A Business

EPI: 20 Is Healthcare A Business

August 16, 2019

In 2017 the US spent over 3.5 Trillion on healthcare and is estimated it will be around 6-10 trillion in 2020. That is over $10,000 per person. The average 1st world country spends about half of that. With that price tag, we should be having the best healthcare outcomes right?

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EPI 19: Gluten

EPI 19: Gluten

August 09, 2019

People with celiac disease have an immune reaction that is triggered by eating gluten. They develop inflammation and damage in their intestinal tracts and other parts of the body when they eat foods containing gluten. Current estimates suggest that up to 1% of the population has this condition. 

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Epi 18: Is Your Job Making You Fat?

Epi 18: Is Your Job Making You Fat?

August 02, 2019

There’s never time to eat. Especially without a relief nurse when do we have the time to enjoy a meal away from our nursing environment. There’s barely time to go to the restroom. Let's explore why your nursing career maybe adding some extra pounds.

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The Mind body connection

Epi 17: The Mind-Body Connection

July 26, 2019

We will talk about the Mind-body connection, how our body literally has immune-to-brain circuits. We will also talk about a law that will require pharmaceutical companies to include prices in TV ads.

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How to land your first nursing job

Episode 16: How To Land Your First Nursing Job

July 19, 2019

The average adult has about 10 pints of blood in his body. Roughly 1 pint is given during a donation. 1 donation can save 3 lives. You might have a general idea on what type of nursing you want to go into. As you look at the openings between facilities you may start getting interested in other specialties. There are so many options for you to choose from regarding specialties.

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Episode 15: How To Cope As A Nurse

Episode 15: How To Cope As A Nurse

July 12, 2019

So today, we will talk about how to cope as a nurse in our careers which can experience times of deep empathy and stress. And also scientists have found a correlation between a disease involving chronic pain and alterations in the gut microbiome.

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Cup Of nurses podcast

Episode 14: Our Travel Nursing Experience

July 05, 2019

The highlight discussion of our travel nursing experience. Contract, Pay breakdown, Hospital experience, and living in a new city.

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Travel Nursing 101

Episode 13: Travel Nursing

June 28, 2019

Travel nursing is a career in which you are a nurse away from home.
Travel nursing usually consists of traveling to different states to work as a nurse.
Instead of being a staff nurse at a hospital you travel 50+ miles away, look at it as freelancing. You work at different companies for different amounts of time.

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Episode 12: How Emotions Affect Your Health

Episode 12: How Emotions Affect Your Health

June 21, 2019

What affects emotion, what does emotion affect? In today's podcast, we will talk about how E-cigarette flavors can damage endothelial cells hindering the ability to survive and function. Also, we will discuss emotions, their subjective and physiological effects and some tips to deal with behavior that arises with emotions.

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Episode 11: Men's Health and Microplastics

Episode 11: Men's Health and Microplastics

June 14, 2019

We have seen a change in modern medicine, men are becoming more open about health issues and acknowledging them sooner. That is very important to longevity and increased mental and physical health. When you explain to a man that by being open and going to see a doctor they can live longer and healthier they are more open to getting checked out. Sometimes you just have to light a fire under our ass.

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