Take my hand and come with me, I want to teach you about ADHD. I need you to know, I want to explain, I have a very different brain. Sights, sounds, and thoughts collide. What […]
Influenza (commonly referred to as the “flu”) continues to threaten many American families. Highly contagious, the flu can be serious or even deadly. However, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is urging Americans to get […]
As many students participate in the National School Walkout in protest that something be done following the tragic Parkland school shooting today, it’s a good time to focus on the best way to make needed […]
Photographs may help!
New and resumed interactions that accompany the start of a new school year create new bullying risks. The federal government and many states have laws and other rules that make bullying illegal or civilly actionable […]
Practicing water safety is critical!
Millions of elderly and disabled Americans live in nursing, assisted living and other care facilities. While patients and their families admit patients to these facility rightly expect these care providers to appropriately and safely care […]
The self-composed obituary of Sonia Todd is a touching reminder of the power and importance of patient choice even for patients facing death. The success of our health science and the ever extraordinary miracles […]
A new Kaiser Foundation poll shows six in ten Americans say lowering the cost of prescription drugs is a “top priority.” Support for prescription drug pricing reform spans majorities of Democrats, Republicans, and independents. […]
April 25 is National DNA Day! Celebrate by joining in as NASA Astronaut Dr. Kate Rubins teams up with NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins, NHGRI Director Dr. Eric Green and the National Human Genome Research […]