Welcome to All Species Nurse Resource Page

This site is used as a shortcut that can link the public and professionals to published resource sites to understand their health, disease processes, medications (over the counter and prescriptions) and lab information.

The public should learn more about their health by requesting their lab results, understanding their medications and by reviewing their course of treatments initially through their healthcare provider.

By reviewing public information in a condensed form as a reference site such as All Species Nurse, all patients will be able to communicate better with their healthcare provider in an effort to improve their quality of care.

As an added plus, students, novice nurses and healthcare professionals can refer to All Species Nurse websites for formularies, medication information, review of skills available online, as well as specific services provided by All Species Nurse that assists professionals in their practice or careers through complicated transitions.

The unique quality of the All Species Nurse websites is that it is broad in containing both Human and Animal information for the public and professionals.

The categories to the right are organized according to Public Outreach sites, Veterinary areas (including "find a vet hospital in your area or a petsitter) even for human interests such as "find a hospital," to "find a daycare or baby sitter."

**Use this site as your overall guide to finding, sorting out and learning about health and whatever else affects you and your life! Use what you learn to communicate effectively with your health care provider or veterinarian.**

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Improving health and well being in America (and all other nations around the world)

To learn about policies being made world wide between all the nations of the world and how medicine and science is coming together, visit the link on Global Health:

Monday, October 6, 2008

Happy Hour for Women!

Learn about what affects women as we get older in regards to hormones, stress and life. How to cope and how to balance work and marriage. Most essentially, how to bring sex back into your marriage because of all the stress factors we women deal with every day.

To learn more, please view the video by Channel 12 news in the link below interviewing our own Arizona based Nurse Practitioner for New Horizons Woman's Care, Loretta Nevarez-Kells, RN, MS, OGNP.


Wednesday, August 13, 2008

August is National Immunization Month

1. For more information regarding vaccinations for adults and children, go to the CDC website at:


2. Vaccinations for your pets!


Monday, July 28, 2008

"Voice for health care consumers"

Find out what American families are saying about their health care. This is a link from a very well respected group recognized as being the "voice for health care consumers."


Monday, June 30, 2008

Support conservation efforts in the Galapagos

Shop to support research and raise funds for the Charles Darwin Foundation to ensure conservation success in the Galapagos Islands!!

To get involoved while you shop at Amazon.com, go to:

To learn more about the Galapagos and the Charles Darwin Foundation:

Thursday, June 5, 2008

What do pets have that humans can get and vise versa??

Let's set the record straight-what is it that people can animals can spread to each other?
How we need to understand better instead of placing blame on innocence.

It's always best to KEEP YOUR PET, especially if your health is failing!



People with HIV/AIDS

Health videos helping you ask the right questions!

For videos on all your health concerns, turn to the videos found on yahoo! These may help you ask essential questions to your health care provider!


Lymphoma, what you should know.

Do you know when to call a doctor??


Tell tail signs of stroke-video!

Are you familiar with the signs and symptoms of a stroke?
Would you know what to do if you were alone or with someone that are showing signs of a stroke? Hopefully, you'd know-when in doubt, ALWAYS call 911!

Please read the article and watch the video on strokes.

Sunday, May 4, 2008

Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary Tract Infections: we all get them...men and women. However, women get them more often. Why?

Women have shorter urethra's, for one. The other reasons relate to complicated, uncomplicated primary or recurrent, even nosocomial (hospital acquired) issues; each suggesting bacterial overgrowth, contamination or anatomical differences in the urinary structure(s).

Please refer to the link to read more about the different types:

For additional information containing causes, symptoms, risk factors, etc., please refer to:

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to e-mail me at: http://www.blogger.com/ask@allspeciesnurse.com

All Species Nurse

Friday, March 14, 2008

Zoonotic diseases

Zoonotic diseases

Learn about what you can and can't catch from your pet


Sunday, March 9, 2008

Health and Age

Health and Age

Special thanks to All Species Nurse fans and readers. One reader specifically; thank you for informing me that the link had been changed. With heart, All Species Nurse (30Aug2013)

Learn about what may cause gout (like soft drinks!)
Why working the graveyard shift may be hazardous to your health (I know...I've done it!)
Preventing high blood pressure!

Also, do you have a specific health concern? Go to the health center to find your article (i.e. skin disorders, digestive problems, emotional health, etc. etc.)

For this information and more, go to:

Be good to you.
Learn about how to take care of you!

All Species Nurse

Sunday, February 24, 2008

It's official; It's flu season!!!

To find out what the CDC recommends to get you through the flu season, go to:

Muscle cramps; how to prevent them!

Ever wonder what causes cramps or pain in your legs or feet when you're swimming or other types of exercise???

Go to:

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Please feel free to e-mail when you want to see a specific topic, article or resource guide added!!

We are your nurse, we're here for you: just ask!!

Tell us what you need, we'll make sure you find the referenced link that applies so you can discuss your concerns better with your healthcare professionals and later refer back to for review.

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