Kathleen D. Hoffman

Kathleen D. Hoffman


Healthcare Consumer Engagement, Healthcare Content Writer, SocialMedia, Blogging, Marketing, Health Communication, Health Literacy, Social Science Researcher

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According to the CDC around 1 million married couples in the US have had difficulty getting pregnant after one year of trying.

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Valentine's Day is a great day to celebrate heart health. We remember and celebrate heart donation and we share an infographic on heart-healthy eating.

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Suffering happens to all of us, just in different forms. Stigma in healthcare negatively impacts research funding, diagnoses, treatment and quality of life.

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Your enteric nervous system or second brain is made up of the over 100 million nerve cells that monitor your digestive system from esophagus to anus. It is said to have more neurons than are in the spinal column.

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Did you know that, to get an accurate blood pressure, you should uncross your legs before getting your blood pressure taken and keep them uncrossed?

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Someone with shingles can't spread shingles but they can spread chickenpox

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Empowering patients with relevant health information Take a look at this interview about Medivizor

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Where List Pricing in Drug Advertisements Went Wrong?

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Dr. Kelly Shanahan Part 3 From Physician to Patient to Activist and Researcher

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Accidental copying errors occur in the billions of cell divisions that happen every day. The BRCA1 gene provides instructions for BRCA1 protein. The BRCA1 protein is part of the process of repairing breaks and accidental copying errors that occur in DNA.

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Most people feel like hiding when faced with statistics: Here's an explanation of #incidence  that may help!

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A recent study conducted in Germany assessed acute and post traumatic stress disorders in women diagnosed with breast cancer before treatment, after treatment and one year after diagnosis. 82% of the women had symptoms of PTSD cancer

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Most people feel like hiding when faced with statistics: Here's an explanation of #incidence  that may help!

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