WORLD ALZHIEMER’S DAY

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“Remember Me – Theme 2017” Alzheimer’s disease: Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Symptoms usually develop slowly and get worse over time, becoming severe enough to interfere with daily tasks. The most … Continued



Benefits of OET

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For all healthcare professionals, communication is a very important skill. With increasing shortages in the numbers of qualified nurses in countries like Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, the healthcare system in these countries is looking to fill the gap with … Continued



NATIONAL NUTRITION WEEK, 2017

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“Optimal Infant & Young Child Feeding Practices: Better Child Health”– Theme 2017 The National Nutrition Week (NNW) is an annual nutrition event initiated by the Food and Nutrition Board, Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India. It is … Continued



Lack of Sleep May Double Risk of Death from Stroke

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New research has found that sleep deficits can have far-reaching ill effects on your health, even doubling the risk of stroke fatalities and potentially severe heart attacks. Women, who are more prone to insomnia due to several factors including genetics, … Continued



IELTS or OET?

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If you are a nurse looking to work overseas, then you will already probably know that you are required to have a minimum level of English proficiency, which can be demonstrated through scores in the IELTS or OET tests. So, … Continued



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