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Laughter Can Help Reduce Memory Loss

December 17, 2014
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Laughter Can Help Reduce Memory Loss

It is well known that stress is detrimental to many things, including illness, weight loss, and mental health. Stress increases cortisol, a hormone that can damage you physically,and slowly decrease memory in your brain. Studies have shown that laughter is extremely helpful in decreasing the levels of cortisone, which makes it a healthy dose of medicine to help fight memory loss as you get older. Study Results Show Positive Outcome A study performed at Loma Linda University has proven that laughing not only decreases stress, but it also lowers cortisol levels in the brain. The study was done on three groups of older individuals....

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Cultural Awareness in the Workplace

December 10, 2014
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Cultural Awareness in the Workplace

The nursing field continues to become more diverse, moving away from the stereotype of the white, female nurse. A diverse workplace can significantly improve team success, allowing for greater input from various sources. When it comes to nursing, cultural awareness can improve the work environment for all co-workers, but...

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Nursing Students Raise Money to Support Research

December 10, 2014
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Nursing Students Raise Money to Support Research

Members of Roseman’s Student Nurses Association at the Henderson campus have raised nearly $2,000 to support the College of Medicine’s research into ovarian and breast cancers. On Friday, students presented checks to Dr. Fiscus, Interim Associate Dean for Research, and Mary Johlfs, Director of Research Operations/Scientist, and were given...

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Winners Announced from Roseman University’s First Research Symposium

December 4, 2014
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Roseman Nursing Student Awarded Scholarship

November 24, 2014
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Roseman Nursing Student Awarded Scholarship

Elizabeth Brox, Roseman nursing student, was awarded a $1000 scholarship from the Nevada Nurses Association for her essay entitled “Overcoming Incivility Before Graduation.” Shamaica Taylor, also a current nursing student at Roseman, submitted an essay as well. She received a $50 scholarship, which provided her admission into the 2014...

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