Caffeine: saviour of nurses everywhere or high risk drug?

blogimageIt’s your third night shift doing overtime in a row. You wouldn’t recognise your own mother if she was standing in front of you, let alone have the brain power to effectively take care of eight patients on the floor. You tried sleeping during the day, but with the kids, the light from outside, and the noise, that didn’t go so well. What’s a sleep deprived nurse to do? Why, hit the caffeine drinks, of course!

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One Response to Caffeine: saviour of nurses everywhere or high risk drug?

  1. Pingback: 10 Surprising Facts About Caffeine [1 of 10] | Coffee & Tea

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