Once upon a time, there was a student who complained to his teacher about not having the finest shoes to wear to school. Finally, one [&hellip
This is an excerpt of an interview with director Amber Hawkins regarding CareFlow Electronic Student Health Records’ purpose, partners and value to educational institutions. CareFlow [&hellip
Before we can resolve a medical condition, we have to bring awareness to it. October is the National Dyslexia Awareness Month. Dyslexia is a neurological [&hellip
How does Miss Black Florida USA 2014 raise awareness of heart disease and promote literacy in children?
Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women and men in the U.S. with about 600,000 people each year dying of it, according [&hellip
Written by Ginny Grimsley Print Campaign Manager, News & Experts What you don’t know can hurt you, say integrated health specialists Dr. Michael Gelb and [&hellip
Almost 20 percent of the U.S. population is diagnosed with a language-based learning disability called dyslexia. This disability is characterized by difficulties with word recognition, [&hellip
Psychotherapist shares three exercises for maintaining emotional health while coping with a diagnosis.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month has been one of the most successful campaigns to raise public awareness in recent history. Unfortunately, in terms of successfully reducing [&hellip
Someone once said, “It is better to ask a stupid question than to make a stupid mistake.” Before the National Basketball Association player Earvin “Magic” [&hellip
Have you been instructed by your provider that you can have a pap smear every three years? Does that span of time lead to a [&hellip
As a women’s healthcare provider for over 20 years, I have grown accustomed to certain questions such as: What can I do about hot flashes? [&hellip