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Healthcare Communication Counts: How Paper and Pens are Taking a Backseat to Technology

Posted on: August 22nd, 2016 by Jeff Renoe No Comments

The stereotype of the illegible doctor’s handwriting is no joke- it can cause a pharmacist to dispense the wrong dose of a certain drug – or the wrong drug altogether – potentially killing a patient. Yet for years, that’s how prescriptions were handled.  A quick scrawl on a notepad and, fingers crossed, the patient would […]

How to Make Your Next Fish Story a Reality

Posted on: August 11th, 2016 by Jeff Renoe No Comments

If the early bird catches the worm then what worm catches the fish? That’s a question with a highly contested answer among fisherman because it depends on a number of factors including geography, species and environment. The factor that has the greatest effect on a fish’s activity though involves its surrounding temperature. All fish are […]

Medieval to Modern: Refrigeration’s Impact on Vaccine Degradation

Posted on: August 5th, 2016 by Antoine N No Comments

The magic of medicine has blossomed over time to become what it is today, but modern medicine came into existence long before now. The 19th and 20th century were full of invention and discovery to help us get from where we were, when severe illnesses were often believed to be supernatural in origin, to today. […]

VFC Means Better Children’s Health and Stronger Schools

Posted on: July 28th, 2016 by Jeff Renoe No Comments

Part 2 of a 2 part series on vaccines and school funding | Click here to read part one Last week we discussed the importance of vaccination on life expectancy and began to talk about how deeply it can impact the quality of a child’s education. If kids aren’t vaccinated they risk illness for themselves […]

INFOGRAPHIC | Vaccines for health? Yes, but also for Education.

Posted on: July 22nd, 2016 by Jeff Renoe No Comments

Part 1 of a 2 part series on vaccines and school funding | Click here to read part two Vaccine programs do more than keep us from getting sick. They provide important, and often necessary, protection against illnesses that have proven over time to be fatal. Deadly contagions have plagued our world since the beginning of […]