70-year-old Sandra Shells was attacked by suspect Kerry Bell for no reason, according to police.
The nurse allegedly ditched vaccines in a bin instead of injecting them and even put bandages on "patients" so they wouldn't draw suspicion to the scam
Health care workers in France are allowed to continue working while positive for COVID-19 if they are fully vaccinated and are not coughing or sneezing.
Julie McFadden shares little-known information from her experience as a hospice nurse to ease fear surrounding the taboo of death .
The nurse was allegedly observed inserting the vaccine into a boy's arm but never depressing the shot.
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"It's a fearful time for patients. And so, sometimes I will be gowned up in full PPE singing..." Allison Walker said.
The woman's parents filed a lawsuit alleging Nathan Sutherland had treated their daughter even though Arizona state said that she would be cared for by women.
A viral post from a nurse in Ohio illustrates the continuing controversy regarding vaccines, especially regarding health care workers.
Amelia Cannon wrote she is "angry that I come to work and exhaust myself to treat unvaccinated patients. Only to bring it home to my babies."
"I can't explain the feeling of defeat when you do everything, you pour everything into a patient and it's not enough," she said.
"Fighting for women's sex-based rights has no impact on my ability to provide care as a nurse," Amy Hamm told Newsweek.
TikTok viewers expressed concern about the North Carolina nurse's content and reported her to her employer.
The video shows the doorbell footage after Marianna arrived home after losing a patient while working as a nurse, and has amassed over three million views.
Della Marie Gibson Lathum, 37, admitted to police in April that she mailed packages with human feces and a letter containing a bloody sanitary pad, according to the Loudon County Sheriff's Office.
Nathan Coy's online activity was brought to light by another TikTok user who works to expose misinformation and hatred, especially in the medical community.
A heart-warming video has emerged of a nurse going above and beyond for ICU patients by singing and playing guitar for them.
The 100-car pileup happened amid poor weather conditions on the Interstate 35W, just north of Fort Worth.
After an already superhuman effort over the last year, working through successive surges in caseloads and the end not yet in sight, three quarters of frontline health care workers report feeling overwhelmed.
Her daughter was delivered safely, but that would be the only time Tawauna Averette saw the newborn.
A local news outlet reported that the nurse, who made a video declaring that she travels, doesn't wear a mask, and lets her kids have playdates, is no longer employed by Salem Health.
Despite restrictions limiting Halloween celebrations this year, celebrities are showing off some of their costumes, including classic throwbacks and detailed tributes to favorite TV personalities.
Dr. Meenal Viz said clap for carers "gave us a nice fuzzy feeling in our heart every Thursday, knowing that the public is on our side."
The RN posted two selfies side by side to show the effects that being intubated after a COVID-19 diagnosis had on his body.
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Tina Reeves, who worked at the Pickaway Correctional Institution in Orient, Ohio died of COVID-19, the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction said.
Sarah Lauback, her husband and their five children managed to make it out of their Michigan house safely, but it was completely destroyed.
"You try to step up as much as you can," Juliana Morawski, an emergency room nurse who left retirement to help patients with the coronavirus, told CNN.
"Amazing grace! How sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me! I once was lost, but now am found. Was blind, but now I see."
The nurse had volunteered to look after a coronavirus patient and says they were denied testing by the CDC when they started to display similar symptoms.