Meg Brannagan, RN

Meg Brannagan is a Registered Nurse who received her BSN in Nursing from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. As a freelancer, she specializes in writing about a variety of medical topics and strives to translate medical lingo into language anyone can understand.

Nursing Experience

Meg's nursing career has largely revolved around obstetrics and gynecology. She has experience working in the neonatal intensive care unit, but has worked in pediatrics as well. 

More About Meg Brannagan

You can learn more about her by visiting  her personal website and her profile page at LinkedIn.

Most Recent Contributions by Meg Brannagan, RN

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Weight Loss Tips

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) uses thinking and rationale to help change behavior. It is not considered just a method of "positive thin ... Read More

Feelings Associated with Dieting

Dieting often brings a variety of emotions; the very act of dieting itself is often different from our normal eating patterns, which can be ... Read More

What Are the Best Liquid Calcium Supplements?

Calcium is important to maintain strong bones and teeth, and for your muscles and nerves to work properly. Liquid calcium supplements can pr ... Read More

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Meg Brannagan, RN