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nursing

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‘A great opportunity’

In finding an on-demand nursing service, a Michigan woman found cherished independence for her Vietnam veteran father.

Miracles of life, marvels of technology

Much about pregnancy and childbirth is the same today as it was generations ago—but there are plenty of tech gadgets to keep things interesting.

Milk on the mind

Breastfeeding is often more complex than just "latch and feed." It can help to know what to watch for and how to respond.

Under the lights

New moms shouldn't fret if their little one has jaundice—it's a common condition in newborns and it's easily treatable.

‘It’s God’s gift’

Mary Lou, Sue and Christina celebrate three generations of caring for mothers and babies.

Every baby’s 9 steps into this new world

Crying, resting, bobbing and more—all newborns will go through these stages immediately after birth.

Patient Story

When the going gets tough

Breastfeeding is natural, so it ought to be easy ... right?

Five decades and counting

Arlene Swanson reflects on a long career in nursing and her plans to continue the profession she loves.

A call to nursing service

Cadet nursing celebrated at Butterworth Hospital School of Nursing reunion and anniversary weekend

Let’s celebrate our nurses

Following in the footsteps of Florence Nightingale.

Celebrate Certified Nurses!

Certified Nurses Day is March 19 and honors the important achievements of certified nurses. It’s also the birthday of Margreta ‘Gretta’ Madden Styles, the renowned expert of nurse credentialing. Styles designed the first comprehensive study of nurse credentialing and was an accomplished advocate for nursing standards and certification. She spent more than two decades advancing nursing practice and regulation. […]

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