Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Global Hand Washing Day

#GlobalHandWashingDay #Nursing #Healthcare #WCN2019
Here are a few ways you can make a difference this #Global #Handwashing #Day:
  • Wash your hands with soap at critical times, especially before eating, cooking, or feeding others.
  • Model good handwashing behavior, and remind or help others to always wash their hands before eating.
  • Make handwashing part of your family meals.
  • Establish places to wash your hands in the household, in your community, in schools, workplaces, and in health facilities.
  • Promote effective handwashing behavior change in research, policy, programs, and advocacy.
#Washing #hands with #soap and #water is one of the most effective and inexpensive ways to #prevent #diseases. It’s #GlobalHandwashingDay, spread the word to the World!
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Friday, October 12, 2018

Educating A Patient

#NursingEducation #Nursing #Healthcare #WCN2019 


Basic #cleanliness is absolutely necessary for the existence of a person and to maintain a #healthy lifestyle. Negligence of personal #hygiene can subject a person to infections and diseases.


PS head on to the following link to know more: https://bit.ly/2KxbYAn

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

World Mental Health Day

#PsychiatricHealth #MentalHealth #Nursing #Healthcare #WorldMentalHealthDay #WCN2019
#Adolescence and the early years of #adulthood are a time of life when many #changes occur. Half of all #mental #illness begins by the age of 14. Growing recognition of the importance of building #MentalResilience. #Prevention begins with better #understanding.
Turn your demons into #art, your #shadow into a #friend, your #fear into #fuel, your failures into teachers, your weaknesses into reasons to keep fighting. Don’t waste your pain. Recycle your heart. #WorldMentalHealthDay
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Sunday, October 7, 2018

Hypertension

#High #BloodPressure or #hypertension increases the risk of #heart disease and #stroke. Hypertension risk factors include #obesity, drinking too much #alcohol#smoking, and family history. #BetaBlockers are a common treatment for hypertension.
Here are the few ways to overcome hypertension.
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Friday, October 5, 2018

Say NO to tobacco

# CardioNursing   # OncologyNursing   # Nursing   # Healthcare   # WCN2019 This is what happens when you quit  # smoking Say  # NO  to  # ...