Nursing Students: Enter The Future of Nursing Essay Contest

Nurses are so crucial in helping to treat, comfort, and educate patients, and so much more—they are the often unsung heroes of health care. In partnership with USANA, Dr. Oz wants to celebrate you and your future in this most important profession.

Enter The Future of Nursing Essay Contest, presented by USANA—one lucky winner will be awarded $10,000 toward nursing school tuition. Send in an essay, 400 words or fewer in length, telling Dr. Oz what inspired you to become a nurse and what the job means to you, along with a brief video and a photo. The winner will be announced in January. The contest closes on November 15, 2018, so be sure to enter now.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Internet access required. Promotion is open until 9PM ET on November 15, 2018. Open to all legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia and who have been accepted into a United States ACEN or CCNE accredited nursing program. Must be at least 18 years of age to enter. Void where prohibited. ARV of Prize is $15,000. Additional rules and restrictions apply. See Official Rules at https://www.doctoroz.com/future-nursing-essay-contest-official-rules. SPONSOR: USANA Health Sciences, Inc., 3838 W Parkway Blvd, Salt Lake City, UT 84120.



Join Maria Menounos as She Cares for Parents With Cancer, Diabetes & COVID in Powerful Video Diary

It hasn't been easy, but she's dedicated her life to helping them — and loving them.

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Maria Menounos has been caring for her parents for years. Her dad has type 1 diabetes, with his blood sugar levels often dropping dangerously low. And her mom was diagnoses with Stage 4 brain cancer, or glioblastoma, in 2016. As if that wasn't enough, she never thought she would also see them hospitalized with COVID-19. It hasn't been easy, but she's dedicated her life to helping them — and loving them. Go inside her emotional journey in a powerful and moving video diary. She's sharing it all to help others find the strength they need in their own journies.


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