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Study links pelvic organ prolapse to increased exfoliation syndrome risk

AWHONN SmartBrief | Sep 27, 2016

A study in JAMA Ophthalmology found women with pelvic organ prolapse had an elevated risk of being diagnosed with exfoliation syndrome. Researchers conducted two substudies using the Utah Population Database and suggested that pelvic organ prolapse and exfoliation syndrome may have common biological pathways. Healio (free registration) (09/26)


Advance practice nursing sees job growth, high salaries

AWHONN SmartBrief | Sep 23, 2016

Neonatal nurses say job brings rewards, challenges

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Storytelling boosts nursing company's recruitment efforts

AWHONN SmartBrief | Sep 23, 2016

Human trafficking in our own backyards

AWHONN SmartBrief | Sep 23, 2016

Umbilical cord blood may be successful in treating acute leukemia, myelodysplastic syndrome

AWHONN SmartBrief | Sep 27, 2016

AWHONN's 2016 Advanced Education Courses

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Researchers find increasing NAS prevalence among US infants

AWHONN SmartBrief | Sep 27, 2016

NYC issues breastfeeding report

AWHONN SmartBrief | Sep 27, 2016

High-flow therapy tied to increased treatment failure among preemies

AWHONN SmartBrief | Sep 27, 2016


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