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PopHealth Week with Allison Hart

Allison Hart, VP, Marketing Communications, Televox

Discussing a survey Prioritizing the Patient Experience: Consumerization of Healthcare Bring Patient Satisfaction to Forefront for Providers

Allison Hart is a regularly-published advocate for utilizing technology-enabled communications to engage and activate patients beyond the clinical setting and, her opinion pieces appear regularly in national healthcare publications. 123 more words

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Texts That Drove to Suicide

By Luz Mosquera

In the summer of 2014, Conrad Roy III texted his girlfriend his plan to kill himself. Ray was an 18-year-old boy who battled depression and had suicidal thoughts. 355 more words

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Twitter users are calling out participants in the Charlottesville white supremacist rallies

As the nation recovers from yesterday’s tragic violence caused by pro-nazi and white supremacist rallies that took place in Charlottesville, Va., Twitter users have been mobilizing to identify the participants in the weekend’s events. 835 more words

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PopHealth Week with Lori Osatchy discussing Body Image, Eating Disorders and a Text Messaging Program

Lori Osatchy, MSS, LCSW, The Body Image Counseling Center

Discussing Body Image, Anorexia, Bulimia and a text messaging program

Who’s bio reads:

‘I want to live in a world free from eating disorders and body hatred’. 116 more words

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Texts on a Plane About Child Molestation Lead to Two Arrests

A woman read a fellow passenger’s texts, written in an enlarged font, and reported him. “She’s definitely a hero in our eyes,” a detective said. 75 more words

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Texts on a Plane About Child Molestation Lead to Two Arrests

A woman read a fellow passenger’s texts, written in an enlarged font, and reported him. “She’s definitely a hero in our eyes,” a detective said. 75 more words

NYT

Michelle Carter Is Sentenced to 15 Months in Texting Suicide Case

The case raised thorny questions about whether Ms. Carter was responsible for Conrad Roy III’s death when she was far from the scene and did not provide a weapon. 76 more words

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