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Monthly Archives: May 2009
I saw a familiar name on the Health Literacy Listserv this morning. Julie McKinney, the list moderator posted a story on behalf of Archie Williard. I first met Archie when the New Readers of Iowa sponsored a Health Literacy Symposium … Continue reading
This was a post on the Health Literacy Listserv – posted Holly Biola, MD, MPH with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. As we are all concerned about proper handwashing, it is encouraging to know about something … Continue reading
鷿鷉六子 Six BabiesOriginally uploaded by John&Fish Can you find all six babies? published with permission Originally uploaded to flickr by John and Fish
萬花叢中一點綠Originally uploaded by John&Fish Have a beautiful Spring weekend! Originally uploaded to flickr by John and FishPosted with permission.
Spring 2009 Issue NIH MedlinePlus Magazine Since we know you are interested in MedlinePlus health information, we wanted to introduce you to NIH MedlinePlus Magazine. In every issue you’ll find information you can use to keep you and your family … Continue reading
Posted on BHIC Blog, May 5th, 2009 by siobhan | http://tinyurl.com/dlvwvfIn this podcast, Dr. Rima Rudd, Senior Lecturer on Society, Human Development, and Health at the Harvard School of Public Health talks with Helen Osborne, President of Health Literacy Consulting, … Continue reading
東環相依Originally uploaded by John&Fish Happy Mother’s Day! Originally uploaded to flickr by John and FishPosted with permission.
http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2009/04/departments/native-names-interactive National Geographic has created a fantastic interactive “Native Names” U.S. map. Towns and states with native names are labeled with their names’ literal translations–so you see “Shakes Himself” instead of “Kupunkamint Mountain, MT” and “They are killers” instead of … Continue reading
New State-by-State Report Shows Gaps in Health Strongly Linked to Education Levelshttp://www.rwjf.org/newsroom/product.jsp?id=42418Across the country, adults in every state fall far short of the level of good health that should be achievable for all Americans, according to a report from the … Continue reading