Study: RNs have lower risk of death

01/7/2008 | Reuters

Nurses are 39% less likely to die than people in the general population and have a lower risk of death from heart disease, stroke and cancer in general, a new study found. However, nurses did have a higher risk of melanoma overall, and nurses who work in hospitals or medical-surgical specialties had an increased risk of lung cancer.

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