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Death & Dying

Stuart Scott Shows that Talking about Death Can Mean Talking about Life

By On January 12, 2015

We don’t like to talk about death. Earlier this month, the sports broadcasting world lost a true fighter in Stuart Scott. Scott was a onetime ESPN SportsCenter anchor and host of Monday… Read More

Stop Suicide
Suicide Prevention

Responsible Reporting of Suicide Deaths

By On September 29, 2014

Suicide and depression have been brought to the forefront of American thought by the death of legendary comedian Robin Williams. His death, a shock to even his personal family and friends, opened… Read More

Blood Donation
Blood Donation

Be the Giving Type: Donate Blood and Support Life

By On April 18, 2014

Every two seconds, someone in the United States needs blood. What if that someone was you? A family member or a friend? One in four people will need a blood transfusion sometime… Read More

Cross Cultural Medicine
Cross Cultural Communication

How Cultural Competency Can Open Communication and Save Lives

By On April 16, 2014

The doctors had tried every strategy they could think of to persuade young Lia Lee’s Hmong family to comply with her prescribed drug regimen. If left uncontrolled, Lia’s severe epileptic seizures could… Read More