Rachel Nall, RN, MSN, CRNA is a Journalism graduate from the University of Tennessee and also holds a Master's of Science in Nursing from the University of Tennessee. She is a certified registered nurse anesthetist in the state of Tennessee. A writer since 2003, she is a former managing editor for custom health publications, including physician journals. She has written for EverydayHealth, NationalGeographic.com, Healthline, The Associated Press and "Jezebel," "Charleston," "Chatter" and "Reach" magazines.
This 525-word article describes ways to incorporate more vitamin D, or the "sunshine vitamin", in your daily diet. Because this vitamin isn't present in most foods, a person can have a hard time eating enough vitamins. Recommendations from the National Institutes of Health are included. References are also included. | Read More →Words: 547 Downloads: 0 Category: Nutrition By: Rachel Nelson
This 563-word article describes the Mediterranean diet, its key principles and health benefits. Sample meals are also included. References are listed at the story's end. | Read More →Words: 563 Downloads: 0 Category: Nutrition By: Rachel Nelson
This article focuses on daily caffeine intake and the levels of caffeine that may be unhealthy. Three signs are listed that a person may be drinking too much caffeine: racing heart, can't sleep, or having trouble with stomach upset. Tips for how to reduce caffeine intake are also included. | Read More →Words: 550 Downloads: 0 Category: Nutrition By: Rachel Nelson
This article details the fall of wholesale energy prices in the UK as well as the letter Edward Davey wrote in February 2014 calling for OFGEM to examine the profit margins of energy companies. The article is intended to give a snapshot into the current utilities market, which experiences a profit margin that is about three to four times greater than that of the average supermarket. | Read More →Words: 530 Downloads: 0 Category: Europe By: Rachel Nelson
This article describes cord blood banking using thoroughly researched, peer-reviewed journals, including "Pediatrics" from the American Academy of Pediatrics and "The Journal of Perinatal Education." The article begins from a historical perspective, then progresses to goals and methods for cord blood banking. Finally, misconceptions and recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics are covered. References are listed at the end. The content excerpt includes paragraphs from each section. | Read More →Words: 900 Downloads: 0 Category: Medical By: Rachel Nelson
When a person suffers from back pain, the idea of exercising may not sound like an appealing idea. However, back pain sufferers can greatly benefit from exercise. This article discusses the best types of exercise for those with back pain, including examples of strengthening exercises and exercises to avoid when you have back issues. | Read More →Words: 658 Downloads: 1 Category: Fitness By: Rachel Nelson
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