Nationwide Study Finds Nurses Are Often Ill-Prepared to Advise New Mothers on Potential Health Risks
Postpartum nurses often fail to warn mothers about potentially life-threatening complications, mainly because they need more education themselves.
How Women Provide an 'Invisible Subsidy' to the World’s Health Care Systems
Caregiving has long been thought of as women's work—and thus unpaid.
One Third of Patients in Nursing Facilities Harmed by Treatment
A study by Medicare’s inspector general of skilled nursing facilities says nearly 22,000 patients were injured and more than 1,500 died in a single month—a higher rate of medical errors than hospitals.