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Sometimes people forget that fireworks are explosives. That’s just plain dangerous, especially when kids are around.
7/2/2015 6:30:32 AM
Your approach needs strong ties to research-based marketing theory, not just opinions. Does your strategy resonate with the right people?
7/2/2015 6:29:26 AM
A pediatrician co-authored the controversial law requiring that kids in school and day care be vaccinated. He was called splendid—and a sellout—on social media.
7/1/2015 6:30:30 AM
Hospitals, specialized care facilities, health care organizations and agencies with health care clients sent in their best-executed communication ideas and inspirations. Check out the finalists.
7/1/2015 6:29:32 AM
Join us at the LinkedIn HQ this July to hear content marketing strategies from leading organizations.
7/1/2015 6:21:28 AM
Several hospitals are blazing trails with Twitter’s live-streaming platform. Let’s look at how three providers are delivering health and wellness to patients via real-time video.
6/30/2015 6:30:10 AM
A unique combination of medical animation and live video reminds communicators to think creatively.
6/29/2015 6:30:30 AM
Learn how to better communicate with consumers, physicians and employees in Baltimore this September.
6/29/2015 6:26:56 AM
Visits to emergency rooms spike during the summer. To protect your community, share these safety tips.
6/26/2015 6:30:30 AM
Learn how to overcome a disengaged audience, small budgets and tight schedules with your writing this August.
6/26/2015 6:17:39 AM
As the fallout from the Supreme Court decision settles, politicians and medical entities must make explanations of ‘Obamacare’ easier for their audiences to understand.
6/25/2015 6:31:22 AM
A choral group formed last year has struck a chord with patients, leaders and the community. Hospital videos don’t always have to be about diseases and doctors.
6/25/2015 6:30:30 AM
The 2015 edition of AP Stylebook contains several additions and revisions to food, sports, news and social media terms.
6/24/2015 6:29:30 AM
Three of four people who have the virus don’t know they’re infected. Testing is imperative, especially for Baby Boomers, who are prone to this common liver disease.
6/23/2015 6:29:33 AM
Nearly two-thirds of Americans would use a mobile app to manage health-related issues.
6/22/2015 6:30:29 AM