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February 2015

Elders who have chronic health problems (such as diabetes, osteoarthritis, heart disease, Parkinson’s, dementia, etc.) are more likely to fall then those without any chronic conditions. 
Posted: 2/25/2015 10:45:12 AM
An inmate arrives at medical with head lacerations from repetitive head banging against a cell wall. Another is found opening an abdominal wound stitched up after the trauma of a car-chase crash. Still another is admitted to the infirmary having sliced arms and chest with a razor in the shower...
Posted: 2/23/2015 11:02:27 AM
In the HBO two part documentary, George Harrison: In the Material World, we learn that the late member of the Beatles, George Harrison, developed an interesting practice that prepared him for a most frightening event that took place in his house on the evening of December 31, 1999. 
Posted: 2/16/2015 12:26:44 PM
Excited Delirium (ED) is a rare but deadly condition that can confront nurses working in corrections – particularly jails. Experts differ on the cause or even existence of the condition. However, evidence is mounting in favor of the diagnosis for a variety of unexpected deaths after...
Posted: 2/16/2015 9:48:37 AM
Low vitamin D levels have been correlated with cardiovascular disease, various autoimmune diseases, diabetes, cancer, falls, fractures, and depression.
Posted: 2/2/2015 12:14:43 PM
Tattoos have been a part of prison culture for some time. Prison tattoos are most often obtained to identify allegiance to a particular gang. Tattoos (also called Tats or Ink) can identify skills, specialties, or convictions.  Read about ways tats communicate information. Tattooing is...
Posted: 2/2/2015 12:13:44 PM
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