Tag: healthcare

Public Health and HIV Prevention Efforts

When HIV was first recognized in the mid 1980’s, communities throughout the world did anything they could to help people not get HIV. They changed their sexual behavior. They tried to have people get HIV tested. They had campaigns communicating to people about how they could protect themselves. Almost anything that people did were being…

By Jose Scott January 21, 2020 2

National Black HIV / AIDS Awareness Day

On this National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we have greater opportunity than ever before to reverse the HIV epidemic in Black America and the nation as a whole. Today, we have a National HIV/AIDS Strategy that directs the nation to focus its prevention efforts on communities at greatest risk, including African-Americans – the racial group…

By Jose Scott January 21, 2020 3

HIV Treatment as Prevention

Over the last five years we’ve seen so many new developments and so many new tools that are now available to advance the fight against HIV/AIDS. In particular we have really begun to understand the use of antiretrovirals, those are the drugs that are used to treat HIV, as effective tools to actually prevent HIV…

By Jose Scott January 20, 2020 0

NCLEX Question Review – NPH Insulin

Hello guys welcome again to another NCLEX question review. Today a client is taking Humulin NPH insulin daily every morning the nurse instructs the client that the most likely time for hypoglycemic reaction to occur is: Option A ) Two to four hours after administration, option B) 4 to 12 hours after administration, option C)…

By Jose Scott January 20, 2020 0

Introducing Arthritis Life!

Hi, I’m Cheryl I have rheumatoid arthritis and I’m an occupational therapist, a healthcare field that helps people with disabilities succeed with everyday tasks. I created Arthritis Life to educate, empower and inspire other patients and providers. I’ll be sharing the tips and tricks I’ve developed to make everyday tasks easier. I’ll also share real…

By Jose Scott January 12, 2020 0