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“Being a big fan of Eva Chen ever since her days as a Teen Vogue beauty editor, I was naturally thrilled this week when she created a Snapchat account. 217 more words

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Towards Justice in Health

Our current featured article is by one of nursing’s prominent scholars advocating for social justice in nursing and health care – Adeline Falk-Rafael, PhD, RN, FAAN.   993 more words

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Reagan is still killing us: How his dangerous “American exceptionalism” haunts us today | Salon

As the chaos in Missouri has reminded us this past week, the gap between what the United States is supposed to be and what it actually is remains more than large enough to fit a SWAT team or two. 175 more words

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Making cool content for digital signage

Content is the most important part of any digital signage deployment.

Your organization’s digital signage should be an extension of your culture, brand and environment. … 287 more words

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Editors' Picks: August 2014

Editors’ Picks

We’re seeing an abundance of interesting and imaginative styles in the autumn and winter collections. This month, the standout piece is the new-and-improved… 459 more words


Fox News has a new Cliven Bundy — and again, the right’s new hero has some explaining to do | Salon

The case of Andrew Tahmooressi, a former Marine who was arrested in Mexico on weapons charges in March, has become a cause célèbre for the Tea Party and the conservative media. 71 more words

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The Imperative to Confront Inequitable Access to Health Care

In the current Editor’s Pick article, author Deanna Bickford, MN, RN challenges nurses to take a leadership role in confronting inequitable access to health care.  She believes that doing so is achievable to the extent that nurses draw on the diversity reflected in nursing’s fundamental patterns of knowing.   342 more words

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