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Florence Nightingale – Her Nursing History:
Florence Nightingale was the legend, who had kick started the nursing profession, the legend who devoted her life caring for the people those were sick, diseased or wounded. One of her greatest achievement was to raise nursing as profession to the level of a respectable profession for women. She was born in Italy on 12 May 1820, she was named Florence after the city where she was born of her parents, William Edward and Frances Nightingale, she had an elder sister Parthenope.
Florence and her sister Parthenope were educated at home by their father, who got educated at the Cambridge University. Florence was an academic child, while Parthenope excelled at painting and needlework. Florence grew up to be a lively and attractive young woman, admired in the family’s social circle and she was expected to make a good marriage, but Florence had other concerns, that bothered the family.
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Bio pharma professionals anxious about opportunities and challenges, not “skills needed”. One of the main hiring mistakes professionals often do–“specify a long list of requirements”. Yes, it can be take in to consideration that a professional, group of professionals meet together and fastidiously bring forth the suitable sentences to depict the ideal background. Even so, it doesn’t sell in market and professionals may indispose themselves based on attainment given over that in actual fact isn’t requiring to excelling in the role.
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A performance professional, when screened properly, gives exactly what the professional doing in the present position. For instance : What role would you be more attracted to? (a) Communicate with the regulatory authorities, (b) Have direct contact with the review staff to discuss a newer pathway forward a New Molecule Entity (NME) or New Chemical Entity (NCE) that is unique to any otcontinue reading
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One of the foremost means of staying healthy much depends upon the kind of food we eat. Staying healthy is possible by living close to nature and consuming natural foods, many of the foods that we consume today are a major cause for the life style diseases that haunt people across the world. There are still many readily available natural foods that can help you stay healthy and live disease free. Incorporating these foods will help you lead a healthy life, foods that are scientifically proven by research and years of study.
Lets learn and know these foods closely in detail and understand, how good and healthy they are for the body.
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A Harvard University study claims too little or too much sleep puts older women at a risk for diabetes.
Older women who get too little or even too much sleep are at greater risk of diabetes, new research suggests. The study suggests that chronic short sleep duration of six hours or less, or increasing average sleeping time by two hours or more over a period of several years, increases the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in middle-aged and older women.
Researchers concluded that increasing sleep duration by two hours or more increased the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 15 per cent -even factoring in variations in diet, physical activity, snoring, sleep apnoea, depression and bodymass index (BMI).Previous research has shown that too much or too little sleep increases the risk of diabetes, with the lowest risk shown for those who sleep between seven and eight hours per day.
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tags: Social Media addiction FOMO - Fear of Missing Out FOMO phobia What is FOMO
If you cannot live without the social media for even a minute, check out if you're suffering from FOMO - Fear of Missing Out. Health experts say the constant urge to be in touch with friends and happenings via smartphones has left many youths suffering from this new breed of disorder.
"Absence of social media can lead to FOMO. One tends to develop uneasiness if staying away from social media is for too long," city-based clinical psychologist Ripen Sippy told IANS.
According to Ashima Srivastava, consultant, clinical psychologist at Max Superspeciality Hospital, FOMO is a form of social anxiety. "It is more of a form of social anxiety than a phobia. FOMO is a phenomenon where one feels pressurised to share everything on social media to show how much fun one is having," Srivastava told IANS.
According to psychologists, FOMO creates a strange fear of remaining isolated from the crowd.
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