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Will Humble, MPH
Good oral health is more than just a nice smile. Having good oral health improves a person’s ability to speak, smile, smell, taste, touch, chew and eat. 
Mathew Hutchinson, MD
It’s a common scenario in a cardiology clinic when the cardiologist informs the patient they have atrial fibrillation (AFib), an abnormal heart rhythm characterized by rapid and irregular beating.
Will Humble, MPH
Unintended pregnancies, especially teen pregnancy and its social consequences, are a significant cause of inter-generational poverty and poor health outcomes.
Prashanthinie (Prashi) Mohan, MBA
Over the last few years, there has been more and more focus on the triple aim – improving patient experience, reducing costs, and improving population health.
Karl B. Kern, MD
We’ve learned a great deal about improving survival rates and quality of life for sudden cardiac arrest patients.
Anne Roubal, PhD, MS
When you’re working with a patient in the healthcare delivery system, it’s pretty straightforward. You get a medical history, talk to your patient about how they are doing and their symptoms, and learn about their lifestyle.
Charles Katzenberg, MD
Every five years Dietary Guidelines for Americans is created through collaboration between the departments of Health and Human Services and Agriculture.
Will Humble, MPH
The U.S. health-care system has become much more aggressive in treating pain over the last 15 years and just as with any medical intervention at times there are adverse side effects.
Katherine Hiller, MD, MPH, FACEP
With cold and flu season in full swing, should you head to the emergency department or an urgent care center when your symptoms become severe?
Lisa Kiser, MSN, BSN, CNM, WHNP
As 2015 draws to a close, we continue to face a level of violence in the United States that is challenging, heartbreaking and deeply disturbing.

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