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Rizom - April,2018
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A. F. 2019-05-06 12:55
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National Nurse Day

Who saves lives? Nurses! Who takes care of you? Nurses! It’s National Nurses Day, the men and women who studying for years to be in the ER or Doctor’s office to take care of us all. What more can we say, but thank you to all of the nurses out there that have dedicated their time to study to save lives. It doesn’t matter if the nurse checks you for an infectious disease or if it’s a non stop bloody nose. They are doing their job and it’s something our communities need in order to survive. We can play the “what if” game, and say what if we didn’t have any nurses working, it would jeopardize our whole healthcare system. It would go into a chaotic state where we could only see Doctors and those individuals are rare to see normally, so we need to be more respectful and thankful for who nurses are and what they do for our societies. I have many friends that are nurses and I can’t believe their time schedules working an impressive 12 hours per shift for consecutive days straight. Not only does that impair your typical sleep schedule, but if you are the unlucky ones that have the night shift it completely messes up your sleep schedule and just your normal routine. Have friends that like to go out for happy hour after their work schedule, well now you can’t go because you have your shift at 8pm due to your night schedule. You get off work when everyone is getting into work in the morning, well time for some sleep before you have another shift. I have met my fair share of nurses and it has been amazing to hear their stories and what they do. Next time you go to the ER or your local Doctor’s office, simply say thank you and be very appreciative of their hard work.



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