Joined 3 years ago from Indiana, USA
Julie Nyhus is a Family Nurse Practitioner and a writer. She holds an MS in Nursing and a BA in Communications. She is honored to be able to assist her patients in optimizing their overall health and well-being through compassion and education. When she is not in the clinic seeing patients, she is spreading the word about health and wellness through her writing. Nyhus recently had an article accepted for publication in the nursing journal Nursing Made Incredibly Easy. Excerpts of her award-winning fiction and article writing can be found on her blog, Ward 21.
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15 months ago
Infant rashes are noticeable changes in your baby’s skin that can be distressing. Here's how to tell the difference between four of the most common rashes.
3 years ago
Acne can be embarrassing and frustrating. Although it is a common condition, acne is not life-threatening. Understanding how acne happens and the purpose of the body parts involved may help ease the discomfort and shed light on the treatments you're using.
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