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Plant-Based Twists to Classic Summer Dishes - Food - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles
06/01/2020
Plant-Based Twists to Classic Summer Dishes - Food - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

Plant-Based Twists to Classic Summer Dishes - Food - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

(NewsUSA) - With people more focused on wellness and nutrition these days, interest in a plant-based diet is hotter than ever. One easy way to get in on the trend: Pair summer produce with simple ingredients like pecans for a dish the whole family will enjoy.

Shortages in Meat Inspire More To Try Plant-Based Protein
05/29/2020
Shortages in Meat Inspire More To Try Plant-Based Protein

Shortages in Meat Inspire More To Try Plant-Based Protein

(NewsUSA) - In periods of change, we often find comfort in simple pleasures. A great burger is one of them.Yet, some of those simple pleasures have been compromised by the dramatic changes caused by …

Lorena Bobbitt Shares Her Story in Lifetime Original Movie
05/29/2020
Lorena Bobbitt Shares Her Story in Lifetime Original Movie

Lorena Bobbitt Shares Her Story in Lifetime Original Movie

(NewsUSA) - Although it happened nearly 30 years ago, the story of Lorena Bobbitt and the domestic violence she endured still resonates today in the #MeToo era. Lifetime kicks off Memorial Day with …

Hands-Only CPR Can Save Someone You Love
05/29/2020
Hands-Only CPR Can Save Someone You Love

Hands-Only CPR Can Save Someone You Love

(NewsUSA) - Each year, June 1-7 is designated as CPR and AED Awareness Week. This year, the significance is especially striking. As most Americans continue to spend more of their time at home during …

Hands-Only CPR Can Save Someone You Love - Health - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles
05/29/2020
Hands-Only CPR Can Save Someone You Love - Health - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

Hands-Only CPR Can Save Someone You Love - Health - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

(NewsUSA) - Each year, June 1-7 is designated as CPR and AED Awareness Week. This year, the significance is especially striking. As most Americans continue to spend more of their time at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, the odds of cardiac arrests in a home setting are likely to increase, accordin...

Next COVID-19 Challenge: Reduce Employer Rx Costs, Enhance Patient Access - Health - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles
05/28/2020
Next COVID-19 Challenge: Reduce Employer Rx Costs, Enhance Patient Access - Health - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

Next COVID-19 Challenge: Reduce Employer Rx Costs, Enhance Patient Access - Health - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

(NewsUSA) - In the coming weeks and months, America will begin attempting to re-start the economy and hopefully take steps toward a semblance of a new normal. However, even as this process gets underway, our economy has been shaken to its core with ramifications that will reverberate for some time t...

Shortages in Meat Inspire More To Try Plant-Based Protein - Food - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles
05/22/2020
Shortages in Meat Inspire More To Try Plant-Based Protein - Food - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

Shortages in Meat Inspire More To Try Plant-Based Protein - Food - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

Yet, some of those simple pleasures have been compromised by the dramatic changes caused by COVID-19, including the disruption of the animal meat industry. Meat plants are closing, causing meat to be harder to find and its prices to rise. Some grocers are limiting the amount of meat shoppers can buy...

Lorena Bobbitt Shares Her Story in Lifetime Original Movie - Arts - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles
05/20/2020
Lorena Bobbitt Shares Her Story in Lifetime Original Movie - Arts - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

Lorena Bobbitt Shares Her Story in Lifetime Original Movie - Arts - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

(NewsUSA) - Although it happened nearly 30 years ago, the story of Lorena Bobbitt and the domestic violence she endured still resonates today in the #MeToo era. Lifetime kicks off Memorial Day with the Ripped from the Headlines feature premiere of "I Was Lorena Bobbitt" on Monday, May 25, at 8pm ET/...

6 Tips on How to Stay Active at Home - Health - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles
05/19/2020
6 Tips on How to Stay Active at Home - Health - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

6 Tips on How to Stay Active at Home - Health - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

(NewsUSA) - In the past few weeks, it has become clear that social distancing and quarantining are the new normal. This is an overwhelming time as we attempt to adjust our mindsets and schedules - between working from home, watching after the kids, keeping up with the news, and maintaining sanity, i...

History Channel Unlocks the Greatness of Ulysses S. Grant(NewsUSA)📷 - Ulysses S. Grant may be one of the most complex an...
05/18/2020

History Channel Unlocks the Greatness of Ulysses S. Grant

(NewsUSA)📷 - Ulysses S. Grant may be one of the most complex and underappreciated generals and presidents in United States history, but he gets his due at last in a six-hour miniseries, "Grant," that premieres on HISTORY over Memorial Day weekend.

The three-part series is executive produced by Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Ron Chernow, author of the 2017 biography, "Grant," along with Appian Way's Jennifer Davisson and Leonardo DiCaprio, and produced by RadicalMedia in association with global content leader Lionsgate. The first episode airs on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, and continues over the next two nights at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT.

"Ulysses S. Grant is one of our most brilliant, yet misunderstood presidents and HISTORY is committed to telling the compelling stories, like his, of those who have shaped our great nation," says Eli Lehrer, executive vice president and general manager for HISTORY.

"This is an important part of American history that deserves to be told and we look forward to delivering our latest premium core history documentary series to our audience," he adds.

Today, Grant is unfamiliar and misunderstood by many people, despite his worldwide fame at the time of his death in 1885. The three-night miniseries event combines dramatic scenes, expert commentary, and archival images to reveal Grant's true legacy, which involves a rise from humble beginnings through the highest ranks of the military, and finally to the presidency.

While serving as president from 1869-1877, he held the United States together during the challenges of reconstruction after the devastation of the Civil War.

Many people may be unaware that Grant's initiatives while in office include protecting the right to vote for the four-million formerly enslaved people freed at the end of the war despite violence and widespread resistance.

In addition, "Grant" features on-camera interviews with "Grant" biographer Ron Chernow, as well as David Petraeus, retired United States Army General and former Central Intelligence Agency director; Ta-Nehisi Coates, acclaimed writer and journalist, and Elizabeth Samet, professor of English at West Point.

Visit history.com for more information about the series and other premium, fact-based storytelling and entertainment.

Also, follow @history on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.

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How to Boost Your Business in A Digital Environment - Business - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles
05/18/2020
How to Boost Your Business in A Digital Environment - Business - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

How to Boost Your Business in A Digital Environment - Business - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

(NewsUSA) - Now more than ever, businesses need to explore how to best serve their customers in the digital marketplace. That means finding ways to stay relevant and keep their audiences engaged. A professional development webinar series from the National Kitchen & Bath Association shows businesses....

Lifetime Celebrates 30 Years of Original Movies - Arts - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles
05/15/2020
Lifetime Celebrates 30 Years of Original Movies - Arts - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

Lifetime Celebrates 30 Years of Original Movies - Arts - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

(NewsUSA) - Lifetime celebrates 30 years of its iconic Lifetime Original Movies in 2020 and continues to be a premier entertainment destination for women, offering award-winning movies that viewers love, popular non-fiction series such as "Married at First Sight," and compelling "beyond the headline...

Heart Attacks Aren't Cancelled, Call 911(NewsUSA) - Even during a pandemic, such as COVID-19, other emergencies don't ju...
05/13/2020

Heart Attacks Aren't Cancelled, Call 911

(NewsUSA) - Even during a pandemic, such as COVID-19, other emergencies don't just go away. Heart attacks and strokes require immediate medical attention. The American Heart Association recommends that calling 911 and getting to the hospital quickly if you or a loved one are experiencing symptoms is your best chance for survival, and continues to be a safe option.

It is concerning that hospitals across the United States are reporting notably fewer patients admitted for strokes and heart attacks. Medical organizations fear that many people may not call 911 or go to the hospital because they are afraid of contracting COVID-19.

However, calling 911 is the best chance for survival if you experience a heart attack or stroke, the American Heart Association emphasizes.

First responders are trained to help patients with all emergency medical conditions, even in the current pandemic. Immediate treatment of a heart attack or stroke is essential, especially since data shows that individuals with cardiovascular disease are more likely to have serious complications from the virus - even death.

Leaders of medical organizations, including the American Heart Association, the Association of Black Cardiologists, the American Academy of Neurology, the American College of Emergency Physicians, the Heart Failure Society of America, the Heart Rhythm Society, and the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions have issued a joint statement reminding all Americans, but especially those who are at increased risk for heart attack and stroke, such as those with cardiovascular disease, that it is safe for everyone to call 911, and that it is safe for anyone to go to the hospital.

Hospitals are following protocols to sanitize, maintain social distancing, and isolate COVID-19 patients from those in the hospital for other reasons including treatment for heart attack or stroke.

The American Heart Association and other medical organizations also advise individuals with existing cardiovascular conditions to use telehealth visits to continue managing risk factors and taking medications as prescribed.

Symptoms of a heart attack can include:

* Chest discomfort.

* Discomfort in other areas of the body, such as the arms, back, neck, jaw or stomach.

* Shortness of breath, as well as breaking out in a cold sweat, nausea, or lightheadedness.

Signs of stroke can include:

* Face drooping.

* Arm weakness.

* Slurred speech, or other sudden physical difficulties.

For information on COVID-19, heart health, and the signs of a heart attack, stroke, or cardiac arrest, visit heart.org.

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Finances During A Pandemic - Money - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles
05/04/2020
Finances During A Pandemic - Money - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

Finances During A Pandemic - Money - NewsUSA Copyright-Free Articles

(NewsUSA) - Sponsored Content -Now that the initial shock of the pandemic has started to wear off, it's time to take a step back and really start planning. Everyone is living through an unprecedented time. The uncertainty surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic is enough to rattle even the strictest saver...

Nurse Educators Play Essential Roles in Public Health (NewsUSA) - Nurses remain an essential and trusted part of the hea...
05/01/2020

Nurse Educators Play Essential Roles in Public Health

(NewsUSA) - Nurses remain an essential and trusted part of the health care system, and the nation faces an urgent need for nurses due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The World Health Organization is also celebrating the value of nursing by designating 2020 as the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife. In addition, 2020 is the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale, the 19th- century social reformer known as the founder of modern nursing.
The demand for nurses, and therefore for nurse educators, is likely to remain high, according to the National League for Nursing (NLN), as nurse educators are on the front lines teaching new nurses who are filling the shortages in hospitals and other health care settings.
Nurse educators will likely continue to be well paid. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimate the median salary for nurse educators at $73,490. They may work in academic settings, but some expand their focus to teaching in schools, businesses, hospitals, and community agencies.
The NLN shares some key advantages to becoming a nurse educator:
- Intellectual stimulation. Nurse educators know the latest research in the field, and have the ability to share it with others.
- Flexibility. Nurse education allows for more autonomy and a flexible schedule. Not to mention that technology allows educators to teach from anywhere in the world, at any time, from the beach to the ski slopes.
- Research. Nurse educators have opportunities for research and publication in scholarly journals to advance the field of nursing and their own careers.
- Meaning. The desire for a purpose-driven life steers many people to the nurse education field, where they can make a significant difference in a variety of ways.
- Fulfillment. Nurse educators rejoice in encouraging young students, and take pride in their accomplishments.
- Impact. Nurse educators, by shaping and developing the next generation of nurses and by working in their communities, will continue to impact the shape of healthcare for future generations.
- Inspiration. Everyone remembers the teacher or teachers who made a difference for them by giving them that extra encouragement, or helping them explore paths they might not have seen.
But quite possibly the number- one reason to become a nurse educator, according to the NLN, is the unique chance to "teach what you love."
Many career tracks exist for potential nurse educators. Teaching requires at least a master's degree in either education or nursing, but these degrees may be earned through a traditional college setting or through the variety of fully accredited programs now available online.
For more information about careers in nursing education, visit NLN.org.

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College Board Offers Online AP Courses and Exams During Coronavirus (NewsUSA) - In the wake of unprecedented school clos...
04/29/2020

College Board Offers Online AP Courses and Exams During Coronavirus

(NewsUSA) - In the wake of unprecedented school closures resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, the College Board is supporting students and schools with free, live review sessions and online exams taken at home.
In a survey of 18,000 students enrolled in AP classes, 91 percent indicated they want to complete their classes and take their exams.
"We want to give every student the chance to earn the college credit they've worked hard toward throughout the year," says Trevor Packer, senior vice president of AP and Instruction at the College Board. "That's why we quickly set up a process that's simple, secure, and accessible."
This year only, the traditional in-person exams will be replaced by shorter online versions that will take approximately 45 minutes, accessed at home on a computer or a mobile device. Students also have the option to handwrite exams and submit photos of their work. Exams are scheduled for May 11-22, 2020, with makeup dates in June.
Exams will include topics and skills most AP teachers and students have already covered in class by early March. Most exams will have one or two free-response questions, and each question will be timed separately. Certain courses will use portfolio submissions instead of an online exam, and exams for world language courses will consist of spoken tasks instead of written responses.
As usual, 2020 AP Exams will be scored by college faculty and AP readers, and scores will be reported on a 1-5 scale. The College Board plans to release scores as close to the usual July time frame as possible. And colleges nationwide have committed to awarding credit for this year's AP scores just as they have in the past.
Students registered to test don't have to take any additional action; they'll be emailed an e-ticket two days before each exam. The ticket will also be available in their My AP account.
Students can get ready for exams by attending free online classes and review sessions led by AP teachers from across the country. And, during the final days before exams, classes will focus on simulating the exam experience and reviewing sample exam questions. The classes are available live or on demand at https://www.youtube.com/user/advancedplacement. The live lessons include an AP Master Class series, with AP teachers joined by luminaries such as Janet Yellen, Tony Hale, John Quiñones, and Valerie Jarrett.
Details about specific AP Exams, fees, cancellations, and other topics will be updated regularly on the College Board website and shared through email, online educators' communities, and other social media.
For the latest information, visit the College Board coronavirus website at https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students?excmpid=oc392-pr-02-nusa.

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