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Why Does My Knee Feel Like It Wants to Pop?

Posted by Melody Douglas | Oct 23, 2017 3:35:00 PM


Does your knee feel like it needs to pop and you can’t get the sensation to go away? What’s causing this feeling, and what can you do about it? In this guide, we explain why your knee feels like it needs to pop, if you should see a doctor about it, the five most common causes behind your knee feeling like it needs to pop, and how to get relief from this problem.

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C With a Line Over It: What Does It Mean?

Posted by Melody Douglas | Oct 23, 2017 11:58:00 AM


Have you gotten a prescription or note from a doctor or nurse with a mysterious symbol that looks like "c" on it? What does a c with a line over it mean? Is this some secret doctor code?

We’re here to break it all down for you, and it’s actually simpler than you think! Read this guide to learn all about the meaning behind the c with a line over it medical abbreviation, where the abbreviation comes from, how it’s used, and other important medical abbreviations you should know.

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47 Fascinating Eye Twitching Superstitions From All Over the World

Posted by Melody Douglas | Aug 4, 2017 10:16:00 PM


An eye twitch may be a minor annoyance, but can it also signal the arrival of an enemy or a wealth of riches? Is there a meaning behind your twitching eye? Eye twitching myths exist around the world.

In this guide, we explain the most common left and right eye twitching superstitions then discuss what science knows (and doesn't know) about the causes of eye twitches. We end with tips that can help you get your eye to stop twitching sooner if it's bothering you.

Let's get started so you can learn what that twitching eye means.

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Hypertension Nursing Diagnosis: 6 Care Plans for Any Patient

Posted by Melody Douglas | Jun 25, 2017 11:11:00 AM


Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is an issue that affects millions of people around the world. If not properly treated, hypertension can lead to serious issues, including heart attack or stroke. That means it’s imperative to have an accurate nursing diagnosis for hypertension as well as an effective care plan.

After explaining what hypertension is, what causes it, and what common symptoms are, this guide explains six key hypertension nursing diagnoses. For each diagnosis, the NANDA definition, potential evidence, and desired outcomes are explained, as well as steps to take for the nursing intervention.

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The 14 Best Low-Carb Fruits to Help You Lose Weight

Posted by Melody Douglas | Jun 22, 2017 11:36:00 AM


While fruit has a reputation for being a healthy food group, many types of fruit are actually high in carbs. If you're on a low-carb diet, you may be wondering how you can eat fruit and also stick to your diet. Do you need to give up fruit completely? Absolutely not! You just need to know which fruits are low-carb.

In this guide we explain what low-carb really means and what the benefits of low-carb fruits are. We then go over the 14 best low-carb fruits to eat, as well as four types of fruit you should avoid if you're on a low carb diet.

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Average Salary Guide: How Much Do Pharmacists Make?

Posted by Melody Douglas | May 1, 2017 2:03:00 PM


Thinking about becoming a pharmacist? Or maybe you’re just wondering how much the person filling your prescriptions is making? How much does a pharmacist make?

We have all answer all of your questions about pharmacist pay! In this guide, we go over average pharmacist salary overall and in each of the 50 states.To help put these numbers into context, we also explain what factors affect pharmacist salary, why pharmacists make so much, what work they do, and how you can become a pharmacist yourself.

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Heart Location: What Side of Your Body Is Your Heart On?

Posted by Melody Douglas | May 1, 2017 11:09:00 AM


What side is your heart on? It may not be the answer you’re expecting! Chest pain is an issue that understandably makes many people nervous, but knowing some basic facts about your heart and the rest of your body can help you feel more at ease and informed.

Read this guide to learn your heart location, where the heart is located in relation to other organs, what kind of chest pain may indicate a heart issue, and other potential causes of chest pain.

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Decreased Cardiac Output: Causes, Symptoms, and Care

Posted by Melody Douglas | Apr 30, 2017 10:13:00 PM


Are you creating a nursing care plan for decreased cardiac output? Or have you or a person close to you been diagnosed with it?

This guide explains the causes of decreased cardiac output, how it's diagnosed, and how it can be managed to help you understand everything you need to know about this condition.

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Perfect Cocktail Attire for Men and Women With 10 Stylish Outfits

Posted by Melody Douglas | Nov 4, 2016 2:09:00 PM


So you've gotten an invitation to a fabulous party and can't wait to go, but one line strikes terror into your heart: cocktail attire requested. What is cocktail attire, even? Never fear, I'll walk you through the guidelines of this dress code for both men and women and provide images of cocktail outfits you can easily recreate on your own.

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