Breast Cancer Awareness Is Not the Issue

It’s Pinktober. You know what that means: breast cancer is in the spotlight. We see it on TV, in human-interest pieces on morning news shows, and on the pink gloves of our favorite football players. We see the famous pink ribbon in our favorite stores, on special-edition boxes of cereal, cosmetic palettes (some of which contain cancer-causing chemicals) and Post-it…

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  • Jennings Employees Named to Top Healthcare Marketing Twitter List

    Jennings principal Dan Dunlop and vice president Dewey Mooring were recently named as two of the “25 Healthcare Marketing Professionals You Should Follow” on Twitter in a blog post by eVisit, a telehealth software company. Congratulations, Dan and Dewey! To check out the list, visit http://bit.ly/1JJRhcn. Follow Dan on Twitter.  Follow Dewey on Twitter.

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  • We Need to Look at Responsive Design and Mobile Differently

    Differently? Absolutely!  Why on earth would we want to do that?  Let’s start with a small step backward and examine what we already know about responsive design and mobile.  This will lay the groundwork of why we need to take a different perspective and revisit this relationship. The What and Why of Responsive Design The concept of responsive design is…

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  • Using Social Media to Raise Skin Cancer Awareness in Young Women

    This week is National Women’s Health Week; this month also happens to be National Skin Cancer Awareness Month. To be honest, this time last year I had no idea that either of these events existed. I was happily readying myself for a week at the beach with friends and anxious to start laying out and establishing the foundation for my…

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  • What are Advance Directives and why are they important?

    What are Advance Directives and why are they important? Advance directives are legal documents that specify your end of life wishes regarding your health care. Typically they include a living will and a medical power of attorney (or health care proxy). Laws about them vary from state to state. These legal documents are not just for the elderly or very…

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  • Jennings Healthcare Clients Win 24 National Aster Awards

    CHAPEL HILL, NC – May 12, 2015 - Jennings, the North Carolina-based healthcare marketing and audience engagement agency, is pleased to announce that its clients won 24 awards in one of the leading national healthcare marketing awards competitions. The Aster Awards is an elite program that recognizes healthcare professionals for excellence in their advertising and marketing efforts In addition to…

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  • Were You Prepared for Google’s Mobile Search Updates?

    Google’s Mobile Ranking Algorithm went into effect exactly one week ago today. It is quite possible that you are already feeling the impact if your website has not been optimized for mobile devices.  Sites that are not optimized for mobile will see their search rankings fall.  Declining search rankings result in less online traffic and we all know the negative effect…

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  • There is no link between the measles vaccine and autism.

    A few months ago, there were more reported cases of measles than you’d see during an entire typical year, says Dr. Anne Schuchat, assistant surgeon general and director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. She went on to say during a CDC tele-briefing: "This is not a problem with the measles…

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