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As many as 20 million people in the United States are affected by sexual addiction. However, few clinicians assess for its existence, and most nursing program curricula are not addressing this phenomenon. Sexual addiction often coexists with substance addiction, and both can be destructive to...
Integrated nursing curricula are believed to carry the risk of diluting psychiatric nursing content and limiting nursing students’ opportunities to gain skills in providing care for patients with psychiatric disorders, especially patients with severe mental illnesses. Also, there is fear that...
Late-life depression is common in primary care. However, because of barriers such as stigma and the assumption that depression in older adults is a normal part of aging, it is often under recognized and under treated. Further, most primary care providers do not have the time or resources to...
Obesity is considered one of the most prevalent health problems in the United States. The controversy surrounding the causes of obesity and its incidence of illness as well as the less-than-promising statistics for long-term weight loss raise questions about present treatment modalities....
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