Health

Reuters covers a study on coffee’s health benefits, Good Morning America features a new study on chronic fatigue, HealthDay jumps on new research about smart phone addiction. With every health impact study that gets the national spotlight, there are thousands more that don’t live much...

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Placing the Patient at the Epicenter of Communications We attended the ExL 12th Annual Public Relations & Communications Summit, which brought together healthcare communicators from across the country. The agenda focused on the need for communications experts to address consumer expectations and engage in a responsible...

Google recently announced Helpouts, a new way to get “real help, from real people, in real time.” What are Helpouts? Helpouts are one-on-one video calls between individuals and experts on a variety of topics ranging from arts and music, home and garden, fitness and nutrition, and health,...

Did you know that one out of every four deaths is caused by heart disease? February is Heart Health Awareness month, and we believe it’s important to do our part in creating awareness. As you may know, we work with lots of heart health clients. We’ve...