1. Young Women Who Exercise Have Less Heart Disease in Later Life

    Younger women who exercise just 2 ½ hours per week may cut their risk for heart disease by up to 25 percent. The choices they make in the first half of their lives determine their well-being and health in the second half, according to a study from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore. Higher levels of physical activity have been shown to reduce heart disease, stroke, cancers, diabetes an…Read More

  2. On Being Grateful!

    In the field of nursing, it can be difficult to stay positive. That’s one reason why 40 percent of hospital nurses feel burnt out. That’s one reason why nurse recruiting and retention is slipping. Fortunately, we can take simple steps to improve our morale, and enjoy our day-to-day. To mention one step, we can be grateful for our daily gifts. Being grateful breeds positivity. It’s a consciou…Read More

  3. Welcome to Our Blog!

    Welcome to the SelfCare for HealthCare blog! Here we’ll be posting articles and information surrounding the realms of healthcare and nursing. We’ll cover tips to stay positive, statistics encompassing the healthcare profession, news about the modern nursing world, and much more. So stay posted to learn the latest from SelfCare for HealthCare! We’re proud to be your source for nurse recruitme…Read More