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National Nurses Week 2019: Deals and freebies for nurses this week

National Nurses Week 2019: Deals and freebies for nurses this week

VIDEO: Deals and Freebies for National Nurses Week 2019

National Nurses Week 2019: Deals and freebies for nurses this week

National Nurses week begins Monday and continues through Sunday as businesses and restaurants offer deals and freebies to the health care professionals.

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Here are a few deals offered to nurses and those who want to honor the nurses in their lives.

  • 1-800-Flowers.com: Use coupon code FLWR10 to take $10 off your order of $59.99 or more.
  • Achieve Test Prep: You can take a free Introduction to Fundamentals of Nursing online course.
  • Amazon:  Amazon is offering some free nursing books. Get them on Kindle for a limited time.
  • American Nurses Association: The American Nurses Association (ANA) is offering a free webinar called Nurses4Us: Elevating the Profession. Nurses who attend can receive one CNE contact hour. ANA is also offering discounts on nurse merchandise this week.
  • BAYADA: BAYADA has launched NursesWeek.com, a central source for “all things nurses week to help celebrate, recognize and inspire nurses across the country.”  Nurses are invited to visit the site to access dozens of resources and free events, ranging from a downloadable vision board to help nurses reflect on their career and their goals, to fun activities to help educate children about nursing, to free continuing education courses.
  • CNA Plus Academy: CNA Plus Academy is offering a free CAN practice exam.
  • Cheryl’s: Get 15% off sitewide when you use the code TAKE15.
  • Cinnabon: Show your health care ID badge can receive a free MiniBon roll or four-count BonBites at participating locations. This promotion is in partnership with the Daisy Foundation, whose mission is to recognize the exceptional work that nurses do for patients and families every day.
  • DiscountGlasses.com: Get 30% off with the code "HEARTNURSES30."
  • DiscountContactLenses.com: Get 15% off with the code "HEARTNURSES15."
  • Disney World: Walt Disney World is offering nurses discounted rates at Disney’s Swan and Dolphin resorts. Call 800-227-1500 and mention the code DREAMS to get the discount.
  • Dungarees: Get free shipping in the contiguous U.S. only, when your order comes to $55 or more.
  • Giordano’s: From Sunday to Thursday, Giordano’s is offering 20% off any order with the code 656-263-214. The offer is dine-in and online and for both nurses and teachers.
  • Medisave: Harmony nursing shoes are on sale for $39.99.
  • MOD Pizza: On Sunday, nurses get a buy-one-get-one-free deal on a MOD-size pizza or salad. You need a valid ID for the deal.
  • Nature’s Gift: Get 10% off essential oils at Nature’s Gift. You need to provide a copy of your nursing license.
  • NetCE: Get a discount on online continuing education classes. 
  • Nurse.com: Capella University offers several free online nursing classes.
  • Nurse Journal: Nurse Journal is offering free online courses. 
  • RN.com: Professional nursing courses start at $10 on RN.com.
  • PDQ: Nurses get 50% off your entire order with a valid ID Tuesday.

  • PersonalizationMall.com: Take 15% off regular-priced items at PersonalizationMall with the code PMDEAL15.
  • PinMart: Use coupon code PINMART5 and get $5 off orders of $49 or more; use PINMART10 to get $10 off orders of $99 or more and use PINMART20 to get $20 off orders of $199 or more.
  • ProFlowersUse this coupon to save 20% on orders of $39 or more.
  • Scrub Shopper: Get free shipping on orders over $120.
  • Shari’s BerriesUse this coupon to take 25% off a dozen berries.
  • Shoes.com: Use the code SPRING25 at checkout and get 25% off sitewide.
  • Sleep Number: Sleep number is offering discounts to licensed medical professionals.
  • Sonny’s BBQ: Present a valid badge or ID and get a free Pork Big Deal on Monday at all locations. 
  • Unbound Medicine: Unbound Medicine is offering a free 30-day trial to access the site’s mobile app.
  • Uniform Advantage: Get 50% off of uniforms all week at Uniform Advantage. Uniform Advantage was formerly Lydia’s Uniforms.
  • Wolters Kluwer: Get 15% off your purchase, no coupon required.
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The Latest Headlines You Need To Know

  • A Michigan toddler died last week after authorities said her head became stuck in a car's power window in Detroit. >> Read more trending news  According to WXYZ-TV, Kierre Allen, 2, was inside the parked 2005 Mazda 3 with her father, who had fallen asleep, last Monday when the window somehow closed on her head, authorities said. The 21-year-old man awoke to find the child caught in the window, he told police. Kierre's uncle took the pair to a nearby hospital as the father tried to revive the girl, WJBK-TV reported. Doctors said she was dead when she arrived. Police arrested the girl's father, who had outstanding traffic warrants, authorities said. He has not been charged in connection with Kierre's death, the Detroit News reported.
  • The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office in Florida is searching for Patrick Felton, 38, in reference to an Amber Alert regarding the whereabouts of a 13-year-old boy.  The boy has been located, but Felton has not yet been found by authorities. On Saturday night, police were called after Felton allegedly got into a fight with the boy's mother. Felton dropped her off at Baptist North Medical Campus, located at 11250 Baptist Health Drive, authorities said. Felton would not let the boy get out of the vehicle and drove off with him, authorities said. The boy's mother reportedly called the suspect, demanding he return the 13-year-old. Felton confirmed he had the boy and hung up the phone, police said. Felton would no longer answer his phone, but police were able to locate his abandoned car on Redpoll Avenue, authorities said. They later found the boy, but not Felton. Records show Felton has a lengthy criminal history, including carjacking with a deadly weapon, for which he served 20 years. He was released from prison in January 2019, then he violated his parole, got arrested and was released again in August 2019.  Now, JSO is looking for him concerning his alleged involvement in this abduction.  Anyone with information about Felton's whereabouts should contact JSO at 904-630-0500 or email JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org. To remain anonymous and be eligible for a possible reward if your tip leads to an arrest, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.
  • Authorities in Washington state are offering up to a $1,000 reward for information that leads to the identification and arrest of a suspect accused of posing as a flower delivery man, then beating and pepper-spraying a woman in an attack last month caught on camera in Seattle's Lower Queen Anne neighborhood. >> Read more trending news  'There's a good chance' the woman may lose sight in one eye following the attack that has left her traumatized with nightmares, according to Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound. Surveillance video of the attack obtained by KIRO-TV shows the woman greeting the unidentified man at her apartment lobby door on Aug. 24. The man then unleashes on the woman, who falls down, flower bouquet in hand, as the suspect repeatedly hits and then pepper sprays her. Crime Stoppers said the woman did not know the man who attacked her and that he did not steal anything from her. Seattle police confirmed Sunday they're investigating the August attack but did not provide additional details about why the woman may have been targeted citing an active investigation. The woman initially told the man by phone to leave the flowers outside, according to Crime Stoppers. The suspect then told her she would have to sign for them and asked the woman to verify her name and where she worked before attacking her. Neighbors told KIRO-TV on Sunday that they were shocked to hear of the attack. 'It's horrible; I can't believe it,' said one neighbor who did not want to be publicly identified. 'That's malicious, evil.' Contact Crime Stoppers anonymously at P3Tips.com or call 1-800-222-8477 with information related to the man's identity.
  • Apopka police said a driver hit and killed a pedestrian and hurt another early Sunday. Around 4 a.m., police said, officers responded to Main Street and McGee Avenue in reference to a traffic crash involving a SUV and two pedestrians.When emergency services arrived on scene, they found a man dead and a woman in critical condition.  Police said the driver fled the scene. Investigators were able to track down the driver, identified as Jesus Bolanos Rodriguez. Bolanos Rodriguez was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a crash involving death, leaving the scene of a crash involving serious bodily injury and driving without a license. Bolanos Rodriguez was transported to the Orange County Jail for processing.
  •  Davie Police have been searching for 16-year-old Destiny Rose since August 20th, but are now stepping up their investigation after a video call to the missing girls family. Rose’s aunt reported the call from her niece’s Instagram account to police. The video showed a Hispanic man in his 20’s or 30’s who eventually moved to show Rose crying and sitting in a chair with a rope wrapped around her neck. The man had a crew cut and a short patch of facial hair on his chin. Detectives said the man told the family, “If you actually cared about her, you would be here to get her” before disconnecting. Rose is 5’1” tall,  with blond hair and green eyes and weighs about 146 pounds.  She was last seen at the  Alpha Group Home in Southwest Ranches.   Police are asking anyone with information to call 954-693-8200 or Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477).

Washington Insider

  • Democrats on Sunday denounced President Donald Trump, the Justice Department, and the acting Director of National Intelligence, accusing the Trump Administration of violating federal law by withholding information from a whistleblower inside the U.S. Intelligence Community, as the top Democrat in Congress said this could dramatically escalate the standoff over various investigations of the President. 'If the Administration persists in blocking this whistleblower from disclosing to Congress a serious possible breach of constitutional duties by the President, they will be entering a grave new chapter of lawlessness which will take us into a whole new stage of investigation,' House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a letter to fellow Democrats on Sunday. Her letter came as critics of the President said Mr. Trump had used a phone call with the new leader of Ukraine to urge him to investigate the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, who did work for a Ukrainian gas company. 'We must be sure that the President and his Administration are always conducting our national security and foreign policy in the best interest of the American people, not the President’s personal or political interest,' Speaker Pelosi added. Democrats said the Justice Department and the Acting Director of National Intelligence - who took over in that position just last month when two other top officials were pushed out - were violating federal law by withholding the whistleblower information, evidently about President Trump and Ukraine. By referring to a 'new stage of investigation' involving the President in her letter to fellow Democrats, Speaker Pelosi immediately raised questions about whether she might change her mind on the idea of impeachment proceedings. 'Republicans, it's time to stop making excuses for Trump,' said Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-NY). 'Enough is enough.' 'No one is above the law, not even President Trump,' said Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO). 'The DNI needs to refer this complaint to Congress immediately.' 'Trump wants to bury a whistleblower complaint that the Inspector General has deemed urgent,' said Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN). 'It’s the law,' said Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL). 'It’s. The. Law.' tweeted Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA). At issue is what's known as the 'Intelligence Community Whistleblower Protection Act,' which says if an internal complaint is judged to be urgent by the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community - then it is sent to the Congressional intelligence committees. The Inspector General has ruled exactly that - but the Trump Administration refuses to turn over the information. The law does include a provision that if the Director of National Intelligence refuses to give Congress the material, the whistleblower could do it on his or her own. On Sunday, President Trump told reporters his conversation with the President of Ukraine had been a 'beautiful' one, and did not involve any wrongdoing on his part. 'Well, this whistleblower - or whoever it was - because it sounds like it’s not a whistleblower,' the President told reporters.  'You can’t have that happen to a President of the United States,' he said.