It is possible to eat, drink and be merry without overdoing it. In this article, Victoria Taylor offers her tips for eating out and/or partying, which help look after your heart and waistline.
It is theorised that nurses are sometimes afraid of compression due to lack of education, inexperience or inability to obtain necessary equipment. Nevertheless, there are simple methods of assessment and use of compression; in this article, Sylvie Hampton will attempt to guide the nurse with less experience in how to assess and use compression safely and with confidence.
Diabetes has a world-wide reach and prevalence is increasing. But how much do we know about it? In this article, the first of two, Frank Booth outlines types and causes of diabetes. In the second article (Issue 6 PCNR), he explores these factors in greater depth and presents his own view of living with diabetes.