Mo. school district long on health issues, short on nurses

01/30/2008 | Missourian (Washington, Mo.), The

Students in a Washington, Mo., school district have more serious health issues than the current nurse staff can handle, the state health services department told the school board. Diabetes, seizures, cystic fibrosis, heart conditions, kidney disease, cancer and mental disorders are just some of the issues that require regular supervision and are overwhelming the district's seven nurses.

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