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Public Health

Ebola Warning

A Knowledge Network to Combat Ebola

By On November 20, 2014

As health workers in affected West African countries continue to combat new cases of the Ebola virus, a global network of health care providers and policy makers has come together to fight… Read More


Common Health Hygiene Necessary Among Ebola, Enterovirus D68 and MERS Outbreaks

By On October 9, 2014

Fall is my most favorite time of year. But although it ushers in the often-anticipated holiday season, it also has a negative reputation for bringing increased outbreaks of illness as weather turns… Read More

Health Communication

9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance Infographic

By On September 11, 2014

Each year, as September 11 approaches, the nation relives the unspeakable events and tragic loss of that day. But because of the 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance, September 11 is no longer just about… Read More

Skin Cancer

The Surgeon General’s Call to Action for all Health Communicators

By On August 15, 2014

Skin cancer was recently named a major public health problem, leading to the Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer is aimed at all partners involved in prevention to address… Read More

Breast Cancer

Pink, Pink, Pink

By On July 11, 2014

In October, when everything turns pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we go into information overload. A figurative bubble gum burst. However, with 220,000 new cases diagnosed each year in the United… Read More

World Cup
FIFA World Cup 2014

Marketers, Public Health Experts See Potential in World Cup 2014

By On July 7, 2014

It seems like just about everyone has World Cup fever. Despite often playing second (or third, fourth, or fifth) fiddle to more popular American sports, every four years, the World Cup manages… Read More