Nancy Clanton, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Nancy Clanton

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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Past articles by Nancy:

Analysis: More than half of world will be overweight, obese by 2035

Childhood obesity expected to more than double from 2020 levels, report finds → Read More

Win a trip to the Players Championship at Players Island event at The Battery Atlanta

NBC Sports launches replica of 17th hole of TPC Sawgrass, and you can play it → Read More

Travel Guide: Being single doesn’t mean you have to travel alone

Companies for solo travelers offer group trips by age, destination and events → Read More

Georgia drops out of top 20 most sinful states

The Peach State is no longer the most jealous but is still the least greedy → Read More

Georgians’ drawl earns No. 5 spot for slowest talking state

Atlanta ties for 4th for slowest talking city in the nation → Read More

7 fruits experts say you should eat each week for better health

It takes more than just an ‘apple a day’ to maintain a healthy gut and heart, and to boost immunity → Read More

Want to lower BMI without feeling hungry? Eat slower, study suggests

The researchers developed a five-week intervention to slow the eating habits of overweight or obese women. The program was tested on individuals and in a small group setting. The study participants were all women to maintain sample uniformity. During the study, participants in the test group were instructed to take smaller bites, chew thoroughly and take more time between bites. → Read More

Nursing exam pass rates continue to fall, but don’t expect NCLEX-RN to get easier

Pass rate for Georgia candidates much higher than national average → Read More

Nurses earn top ethics rating for 21st year in a row

Profession once again beats doctors for top spot on annual Gallup poll; pharmacists rise to third place → Read More

Analysis: Smoking costs Georgians more than $2 million over a lifetime

More than 20 million people in the United States have died from smoking-related illnesses since 1964 → Read More

5 nursing industry predictions for 2023

From technology to education, here are some things you might see next year → Read More

Study finds no link between aspirin use and bone health

Aspirin might help with heart health and fever reduction, but it can’t do everything → Read More

‘Invisible fiber’ can make cake, pizza healthier

Scientist-created supplement won’t change taste, color or texture of food → Read More

Americans’ most disliked Thanksgiving foods might surprise you

Turkey, dressing, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie are traditions for a reason, but do we really like them? → Read More

Why alarm fatigue is dangerous for nurses and patients

Research finds 72-99% of patient alarms are false, leading to delayed reactions or ignoring them completely → Read More

3 ‘cures’ for nurse burnout, and why they won’t work for you

It’s not possible for many people to ‘just self-care your way out of burnout,’ nurse writes → Read More

Oncology nurse navigates her own breast cancer diagnosis

Northside Forsyth RN April Addison had a biopsy, gave birth and began chemo within the span of a couple of weeks → Read More

5 questions you should ask when interviewing for a hospital job

Workplace culture, training and other factors you’ll want to know about before accepting a job offer → Read More

UGA program helps veterans help one another with their mental health

Researcher wins $250,000 to launch Continued Service Network to stem veteran suicides → Read More

5 things ‘Amazing Race’ host Phil Keoghan always travels with

Host of the reality show has learned a few tricks about packing → Read More