February 28, 2022

I’m an Optometrist, but That Didn’t Make It Any Easier to Tell My Grandmother She Has Macular Degeneration

As told to Jackie Froeber February is Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month. Imagine looking across the table at your loved one, but you can’t see their […]
March 2, 2022

A Conversation With Janet McUlsky About Patient Advocacy

Janet McUlsky has been working in patient advocacy for more than four decades. She’s a nationally recognized expert and innovator in the field of stakeholder alliance […]
March 2, 2022

What You Eat Can Reprogram Your Genes – an Expert Explains the Emerging Science of Nutrigenomics

By Monica Dus, University of Michigan People typically think of food as calories, energy and sustenance. However, the latest evidence suggests that food also “talks” to […]
March 3, 2022

HIV Preventive Care Is Supposed to Be Free in the US. So, Why Are Some Patients Still Paying?

By Sarah Varney, Kaiser Health News Anthony Cantu, 31, counsels patients at a San Antonio health clinic about a daily pill shown to prevent HIV infection. […]