Nanomaterials Hold Big Promise for PAD Patients

Nanomaterials Hold Big Promise for PAD Patients

Big things are happening in Texas in the field of nanomedicine. Backed by a four-year $2.1 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Bioengineering Department at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) is out to improve treatment for...
When Women in Healthcare Succeed, We All Do

When Women in Healthcare Succeed, We All Do

Women in healthcare are doing better than ever but still aren’t at equity with men. Every year during Women’s History Month, we honor the achievements of women in healthcare. With all they have braved during the Covid 19 epidemic, we feel it’s more important than ever...
Can a Broken Heart Be Healed?

Can a Broken Heart Be Healed?

This Valentine’s Day, as you look to buy a thoughtful gift such as a giant heart-shaped box of chocolates or bouquet of flowers, try remembering your first love. Remember the simplicity of it—the awkward flirting, the first time you held hands, your first kiss, and...
Spend 2022 Digital Media Dollars More Efficiently

Spend 2022 Digital Media Dollars More Efficiently

This year, expect the trend to continue of healthcare marketing focusing on brand planning, customer insights and market research to launch brands and increase market share. When was the last time you had more than a surface conversation with your customers? Evolved...
Precision Medicine: The New Reality of Healthcare

Precision Medicine: The New Reality of Healthcare

Thanks to increasing support from the United States government, clinicians, and the pharmaceutical industry, “precision medicine” is the new frontier of healthcare. In 2015, President Obama launched the Precision Medicine Initiative. This bold new effort provided...