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Centers to Treat Eating Disorders Are Growing, and Raising Concerns - The New York Times

Nursing pioneer Mary Breckinridge moved to the mountains of Eastern Kentucky in 1925 with the dream of providing family-oriented healthcare to a rural population. She started the Frontier Nursing Service that year and later founded the Frontier Graduate School of Midwifery, today known as Frontier Nursing University. Photo by Wendover Collections/Frontier Nursing University

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Ten Neglected Classics of Nursing Literature

Recently, The American Scholar had an article by their editors entitled "Ten Neglected Classics" (1-13-15). As they state, "...the following books are works we think ought to be read by more peopl...

Peggy Anderson, Chronicler of the Nursing Profession, Dies at 77

Peggy Anderson, Chronicler of the Nursing Profession, Dies at 77 - The New York Times

Life, June 8, 1942. "After Pearl Harbor, the American Red Cross asked for 100,000 nurses' aides. Among the first to answer the call was Miss Lorraine Ames, a 22-year-old San Francisco girl who had previously attended Bennett School in Millbrook, N.Y. and the Sacred Heart Convent in Menlo Park, Calif., but had never done more than 'two days of work' in her life."