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Nurse

Physical Danger

Unless you did somehow find a way to transport yourself back in time to the Crimean War, the major physical hazards in your daily job are going to be dealing with patients who are physically lashing out, either because they are seizuring or because they refuse to eat one more bite of lime Jello. Also, watch out for those “wet floor” signs in the hospital halls. Those floors can get a little slippery.

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