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Student pharmacist starts HIV Care project to provide accessible testing to the community

In support of HIV/AIDS Awareness Month, we asked second year student pharmacist, Adebola Erogbogbo to share his insight on this public issue, and how he strives to provide accessible care through his new HIV Care Patient Care Project! 331 more words


PSA: Blood sugar screenings will be provided this Saturday at the Mary Greenwood Community Center!

On Saturday, December 20, 2014, Operation Diabetes will be providing blood sugar screenings at the Mary Greenwood Community Center! If you are in the area, stop by to check your blood sugar levels and learn more about how you can lower your risk for this condition! 33 more words


Bird Flu - Prepare Your Farm Profile

Avian influenza is once again making the news after it was reported that it had been detected on a duck farm in the north-east of England. 302 more words


Food Placement, Food Marketing and the Unconcious Brain

I was attracted to a talk by Dr. Deborah Cohen’s which was called In-store Marketing Strategies Are Environmental Risk Factors That Must Be Mitigated. Her full abstract and other materials can be found… 312 more words


Juxtopia Imhotep Open Wear Platform

The most mind blowing session I attended at APHA was on the Juxtopia Imhotep JI Band. The title of the session was Open-Wear Platform: Addressing Health Disparities in Health Enterprise Zones using Wearable Telehealth and Health Informatics Platforms. 178 more words