1. You are probably not wearing the right bra size 2. You can learn about your risk factor from your genes 3. Babies and age may make a difference, too 4. It's possible to reduce your risk of breast cancer 5. Birth control may increase your risk... but only a little 6. You should check your breasts at least once a month 7. Every breast is different 8. But some findings warrant further investigation 9. There is a mammogram plan, but yours might differ 10. The survival rate for breast cancer is improving
Nurses are now responsible for following up with patients to provide greater resources to those with chronic conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease. By working with the patients to monitor their conditions, nurses play a role well beyond the hospital. Questions to answer: What is the role of nurses in health care? How do nurses impact health care? What is the role of a nurse in today's society? Share if you can.