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How This Pizza-Loving Nurse Got in the Best Shape of Her Life. chevron_left PREV: Jumping Rope: Childhood Game o not just part of her DNA. “For the first time in my life, I was eating in complete balance and my body responded,” she says. “I lost those last 10 pounds very quickly and have been in maintenance ever since. Her workouts are intense (she says she’s in the best shape of her life!), but so is her belief in treating herself to pizza, pasta, and mac and cheese. Here, our November cover girl shares how she got to such a healthy, happy place. Showtime’s dramedy Nurse Jackie begins its final season Sunday. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says the show offers television’s most realistic depiction of a high functioning drug addict.
All my life I wanted to be a nurse. The inspiration came from my family, as my aunt Mary Lois was a nurse coordinator for a burn hospital in my town. As a little girl, on Sundays when we would gather at my grandma’s house, I remember hearing the many stories my aunt would tell about her being a nurse in a pediatric burn unit. Nurses work 12-hour days, regularly deal with death, and often need to have thick skin.
This is what it’s really like to be a nurse. Nurses encounter patients from all walks of life, many of whom are afraid of judgment they may receive from the medical community for one reason or another. An RN can change a patient’s entire perspective by “showing them you value caring and compassion above all else,” says Sara Mosher, RN and owner of Patient+Family Care. At 60 years-old, media mogul Strauss Zelnick (pictured above, seated in the middle) is in the kind of shape most people would kill to be in at 20. “I made a decision that I was going to treat fitness as an important part of my schedule,” Zelnick revealed to Business Insider.. Zelnick does two-a-days four days a week, single workouts twice a week, and enjoys one day of rest. You hear about it a lot in nursing school, and sometimes you even encounter it in a clinical.
Death is a reality of life, something everyone has to deal with—nurses more than most. In just about every nursing specialty, you’re going to come across death, and part of learning to become a nurse. After assessing Nalini’s brain, her physician comments, “You have significantly reduced amounts of dopamine in your midbrain.” Since she is a nurse, Nalini would most likely suspect that she has A. Huntington’s disease.
B. Alzheimer’s disease. C. Parkinson’s disease. During her stay in Europe, she tried her best to learn the languages of the places that she visited.
In 1951, Angelou married Greek electrician, former sailor, and aspiring musician Tosh Angelos. She married him despite the condemnation of interracial relationships at the time and the disapproval of her mother.
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