By April Sciacchitano (@aprilcs) As health communicators, we liaise between health organizations and the American people. It’s a huge opportunity because communication is an area of innovation in health. It also means we have more opportunity, if less authority, than medical professionals to help people create healthy lifestyles. The National Center for Health Statistics reported [...]
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What happens when your brand falls victim to the very thing it’s known for? While Paula Deen contributed her onset of Type 2 Diabetes to genetics, age, ethnicity and stress, she emphasized that her diagnosis “isn’t a death sentence,” but it very well could be.
By Jason Stemm @NYCubsFan This past week I was in Washington DC for the International Foodservice Editorial Council’s annual conference. As president of the group, it was quite a bit different than the previous ten years I’ve attended. The group and conference are driven by the unique opportunity for editors and writers to network with [...]