7 Ways Nurses Are Improving COVID-19 Treatment Even as Cases Surge

The more you do anything, the better you get at it, even when it’s a terrible and risky process; a fact that nurses caring for COVID-19 patients have become all too familiar with. In the early days of the pandemic, as ICUs in Washington and New York were being pushed to the limits, the uncertainty […]

Long-term Coping Strategies for Nurses on the Frontlines of the Fight Against COVID-19

“Flatten the curve” was the refrain heard around the world in March and April of 2020 as the ravages of COVID-19 spread rapidly to major urban centers in Asia, Europe, and the United States. The idea, first introduced in a CDC paper in 2007, was to use early, targeted, layered, non pharmaceutical interventions in the […]

Natural Ways to Mitigate Radiation Damage

Since the dramatic nuclear meltdowns in Japan in March of 2011, much has been said about radiation and radioactive contamination. Our government can’t seem to make up its mind, depending entirely on which agency is doing the talking today. We have the bloated security apparatus issuing dire propaganda about “dirty bombs” made with maybe a […]