Leveraging a deep understanding of heart disease and mental health, my published articles not only engage readers but also drive measurable business outcomes. Explore the articles below to see the high-quality, impactful content I can create for my clients.
How Is High Cholesterol Treated?
June 5, 2023
Cholesterol is used by the body to make hormones, vitamin D, and substances that aid in digestion. When cholesterol levels are too high this waxy substance can block blood flow, leading to increased risk for heart attack or stroke. Check out this original article I wrote to learn about treatment options or high cholesterol. https://www.health.com/high-cholesterol-treatment-7504918
Tetralogy of Fallot
May 15, 2023
Tetralogy of Fallot is rare, but is the most common type of heart disease at birth. Find out everything you should know about living with this condition in this article.
8 Ways to Practice Self-Care
May 10, 2023
Self care should be practiced daily to improve physical and mental health. Check out this article on ways to practice self-care.
Series Documents How Nurses Experience Racism
May 5, 2023
From education to patient care, nurses speak out about their encounters with racism
Signs and Symptoms of a Heart Attack
April 21, 2023
The hallmark symptoms of a heart attack are chest pain and shortness of breath, however, nausea, upper body discomfort, and lightheadedness may also occur.
Exploring Seven Ways Nurses Use Writing in Their Jobs
January 13, 2023
Nurses educate the public through their strong communication skills, including in their writing. Check out this article on some of the ways nurses use writing in their job.
Healthy Nurse Healthy Nation: The Community You Didn't Know You Needed
February 21, 2023
Nurses have faced a massive increase in demands in the workplace since COVID-19. Healthy Nurse Healthy Nation is an online forum for nurses to connect, feel empowered and take control of these demands.
DNP or PhD: Which One is for Me?
July 14, 2022
DNP- and PhD-prepared nurses are in high demand now. While both degree options complement each other, they can lead to different career outcomes. Here are some things to consider before choosing either one.