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Health Communication

How Asking Patients the Right Questions Can Make a Difference

By On January 29, 2016

It’s not surprising that at the heart of lack luster patient experiences is poor communication. Of course, clinical outcomes are important and must be considered above how a patient is greeted, but… Read More


Excessive Sodium in Your Diet can Increase Your Risk for Heart Attack and Stroke

By On April 2, 2015

The foods you choose to eat every day have an impact on your health, and some will have a more positive impact than others. Although too much sodium in your diet isn’t… Read More

HealthComU Functional Medicine
Functional Medicine

Connecting the Dots of Health through Functional Medicine

By On February 21, 2015

Do you find yourself with chronic, unexplained pains and ailments? Do specialty and primary care physicians have few ideas as to why you just don’t feel well? You may want to look… Read More

Social Sharing
Social Media

Unilever, Upworthy Partner on an Idea We Think is Worth Sharing

By On June 6, 2014

What if information about health was shared online as virally as Someecard memes or Buzzfeed lists? What if people took more time to consider news and information that could make them healthier… Read More

Video Conference
PRSA Health Academy Conference

Video Serves as Powerful and Share-worthy Communications Tool

By On May 21, 2014

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. I wonder, then, how many words a video is worth? It’s no secret that people learn differently. Some people need to see the… Read More

Caring for Elderly
Patient Advocacy

Who is to Blame When Patients Don’t Understand?

By On March 10, 2014

Although she tried fervently to understand what the doctor was telling her, Jane Doe was quickly overwhelmed by the information presented to her. She understood the word cancer. Chemotherapy, radiation, survival rate.… Read More