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[ad_1] The woman was clearly in crisis, threatening to hurt herself and staff at Einstein Medical Center’s emergency department. Nurse Julia Kristan had a knack for calming down tense situations, though, and thought she had reached an understanding with the patient that would allow her to give her an anti-anxiety medication. Kristan tried to administer
[ad_1] A Nanaimo non-profit’s board of directors has received recognition for its work to support victims of domestic violence. The Haven Society’s board has been conferred with the Purple Ribbon Award from DomesticShelters.org for “making a substantial positive impact on the lives of domestic violence victims and survivors,” said a press release. Adrianne Marskell, Haven
[ad_1] When Steve Edwards was accosted in the parking lot Tuesday by an anti-COVID-19-vaccine agitator, the CoxHealth president and CEO received an outpouring of support from people who were upset to see Edwards harassed. And while Edwards appreciated the well-wishes, he felt like the attention was misplaced. The interaction on Tuesday morning certainly caused Edwards’