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Headline News
Panel seeks fix to school nurse shortage.
"When you picture a school nurse you may not think of David -- a 7-year-old student at Daisy Bates Elementary in Pulaski County. 'He can't breathe on his own, gets pneumonia all the time, horrible scoliosis,' said PCSSD school nurse Sarah Bemis. David has a genetic disorder, and keeping him healthy enough to learn is Bemis' responsibility...But during a Wednesday hearing at the Capitol, Paula Smith, state's school nurse consultant, told lawmakers that nearly 400 schools in the state share nurses with at least one other school." . . . keep reading

Rates of ADHD are skyrocketing, but that's a good thing.
"The number of children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) rose by 43 percent between 2003 and 2011. The percentage of children who have ADHD, however, is not thought to have changed, it's simply that more are being diagnosed." . . . keep reading

School nurse duties evolve with times.
"Today, school nurses not only deal with the typical bruises and tummy aches that have always been part of school life, but also teach programs with an emphasis on physical activity, preventative measures, and overall wellness...The School Nurse Program goes beyond the traditional definition of "community benefit" and "free care" by addressing this crucial community need and coming up with a creative solution. Charlevoix Area Hospital has placed four registered nurses in nine local school systems - where previously there were none - at no cost to the schools." . . . keep reading

Injunction tossed in school nurse exam case.
"A federal judge had no authority to issue an injunction after a jury found a school nurse's examination of a first-grader's genitals was constitutional, the Sixth Circuit ruled." . . . keep reading

Naloxone nasal spray OK'd for sale.
"A nasal spray formulation of naloxone hydrochloride, to be sold as Narcan and indicated for emergency treatment of opioid overdose, won approval from the FDA late Wednesday. It's the first non-injectable form of naloxone to be cleared for U.S. sale." . . . keep reading

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