Ana Mulero

Public Affairs Reporter

Location icon United States of America

Satisfied nurses improve hospital outcomes, mortality

Nurses have a significant impact on the success of a hospital, according to a study of a team of Kaiser Permanente nurses published in Health Care Management Review. Many hospitals have tried and failed to replicate the Kaiser model, currently present in eight states, which integrates hospitals, insurance and doctors' offices into one system, researchers said.

Hospital death rates support the 'weekend effect' phenomenon

Patients in several developed countries who are admitted to hospitals on Saturdays and Sundays are more likely to die within 30 days than patients with similar conditions who are hospitalized during the week, according to a new study published in BMJ Quality & Safety.

CNS Maryland
Langley Park Residents Say Brothels Operate Openly Yet Elude Police

LANGLEY PARK - Maria Sorto, who is originally from El Salvador, had just moved into an apartment complex in Langley Park when she was approached by a man with a business proposition: He wanted to operate a brothel out of her new home. "He said, 'We can become partners,'" Sorto said in Spanish.

Capital Community News
New Charter Schools in Rosedale Spark Heated Discussion

The statement by representatives of the new charter schools opening in the former Gibbs Elementary School that the community had an input in the decision for the schools to locate there, sparked tumult last Monday at a public forum. Gibbs, located at 500 19th St. NE, has been vacant since 2008.

Capital Community News
An Equity Crowdfunding Offering for DC Residents Only

Prequel LLC is the first company to offer an investment-based crowdfunding opportunity where DC residents can invest as little as $100 in a restaurant business that provides them equity.

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The Prince George's Sentinel
Aldi reopens in District Heights

DISTRICT HEIGHTS - The ALDI grocery has reopened to provide residents with a low-price option in the area. "We have been a proud member of the District Heights community for 12 years," said Jeff Baehr, Frederick division vice president fro ALDI.

La Voz Latina
Mothers lead hunger strike to stop deportations | La Voz Latina

WASHINGTON, D.C.- Susan Sandoval could not take it anymore. On the 15th day of a hunger strike to support the mothers' of undocumented students, Sandoval, a U.S. citizen, fainted and had to be taken to the hospital to receive medical treatment.

The Prince George's Sentinel
Maryland officials laud Obama's immigration plan

WASHINGTON - In a move lauded by Democrats and lambasted by Republicans, President Barack Obama announced his plan Thursday night to sign an executive order shielding five million illegal immigrants being deported. In his speech, Obama said the executive order will dedicate more resources to securing the Southwest border between the U.S.

The Prince George's Sentinel
Voter turnout continues to drag in county and across the state

County residents made their way to the polls Tuesday, but according to the Prince George's County Board of Elections voter turnout continues to be low. Despite all the campaign ads, rallies and campaigning, Daneen Banks, a spokesperson for the county's board of election, said as 3 p.m.

La Voz Latina
Reformer interrupts President Obama at campaign rally | La Voz Latina

UPPER MARLBORO- An immigrant rights protester interrupts a campaign rally for Lt. Governor Anthony Brown, the Democratic nominee for governor of this state, as President Barack Obama spoke in front of a crowd of about 8,000 in Upper Marlboro, Md. on Oct. 19th.

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