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Minnesota Nurses Buy and Forgive $2.6 million of Medical Debt

Nurses Repay Community for Help During Strike For Immediate Release Contact: Rick Fuentes (o) 651-414-2863 (c) 612-741-0662 rick.fuentes@mnnurses.orgBarbara Brady (o) 651-414-2849 (c) 651-202-0845 (St. Paul) – June 19, 2017 – Members of the Minnesota Nurses Association purchased the past due accounts of 1,800 families […]

1 VW Bus. 2 Guys. 50 States. 1 Million Dreams.

WHAT IS OOLA? Oola-la … that’s what life feels like when you’re in the sweet spot, when your life is balanced, and growing in the 7 key areas of health and well-being (the 7 F’s of Oola): fitness, finance, family, field (career), faith, friends and […]

How much do you know about Medicaid?

We have an expert with us, Alex Lawson the Executive Director of Social Security Works. For over 50 years, Medicaid has provided vital health insurance protections to seniors in nursing homes and low-income Americans of all ages. Although the majority of Medicaid beneficiaries are children […]

Secrets Of A Baby Nurse

Author and RN Marsha Podd talks about how to say “NO” to your baby. How and when do you start saying NO to baby? RN and author of “Secrets of a Baby Nurse”, Marsha Podd is with us today. Parents you won’t want to miss […]

Simple. Safe RN Staffing Saves Lives.

Many Americans may be surprised to know that California is the only state in the country with mandatory limits on the number of patients a nurse can be assigned at one time. The regulations were enacted in 2004, after nurses with the California Nurses Association/National […]

Casey Hobbs RN And Co-Host Of Nurse Talk Radio

From the other side of the divide. “I was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer stage 2b to 3b on November 8, 2016, otherwise known as Election Day. There were two things I was certain of that day, the first was that Hillary would win the election, […]