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When a Recent Graduate Moves Back Home

Survival Tips for Parents

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: June 2007
Source: Revolution Health.com


Graduation from high school or college used to mark a child's first steps into the real world. After all, baby boomers seemed eager to cut dependent ties with their parents.

Yet, today's grads (and their boomer parents) appear less willing to sever the cord — considering that 46.7 percent of women and 53.7 percent of men ages 18 to 24 still live at home, according to 2006 U.S. Census Bureau data.

Whether you're a parent welcoming your child back home after college or your child never left after high school, these tips can help you make the most of living under one roof.

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Canes Cadets

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: December 2006
Source: Miami Magazine


Scholarship opportunities lure potential cadets to apply, but it’s not all about the money. Often ROTC students seek leadership training and an opportunity to serve their communities and the nation. Many universities, in fact, have reported a rise in ROTC interest since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, despite the possibility that as officers they might be called for active duty.

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How to Help Patients Ease the Burden of Prescription Costs

GOVERNMENT AND PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY PROGRAMS ADDRESS OUT-OF-POCKET COSTS

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: January 2005
Source: DOC News


Doctors—especially those practicing in low-income areas—oftensee their patients squirm with the news that they need another prescriptiondrug. For some patients, the out-of-pocket costs for medications are sosignificant that it comes down to buying prescriptions or food.

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We’ve Got Your Back

Nurses help ease mental trauma, provide intensive care and attention to patients with spinal cord injury

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: January 10, 2005
Source: Nurse Week


When asked to share those heart-stopping stories about experiences with patients on their units, nurses who care for spinal cord injured patients say all their patients fit the bill. Nurses are usually the ones charged with attempting to reassure these patients, “who are absolutely terrified,” says Mimi Sutherland, RN, MS, BSN, CNRN, nurse surgical coordinator, Jackson Health System, Miami.

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