Weekly Health Quiz: Metabolism, Influenza and Fake News

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Bona-federal Clear Communication

Alt: A heart-eyed doodle clutches a screen. The screen displays a webpage that reads, “The thing you’re here to do” and a button that says, “Do that thing!” The doodle gushes, “It’s…it’s so beautiful…” (First, apologies for that title. We couldn’t help ourselves.) Here’s a true thing, dear readers: government websites often get a...

Health Literacy in Action Conference

Alt: Health Literacy in Action Conference. Register now! October 25–26, 2018 UMD—College Park, Maryland. hlactionconf.com. Cohosted by: Consumer Health First, University of Maryland School of Public Health, CommunicateHealth, Institute for Healthcare Advancement. If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you share our ❤ for health literacy. So this week, we wanted...

Takeaways from the National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media

alt: A line of very enthusiastic doodles streams through a large doorway. A banner above them reads, “NCHCMM: National Conference on Health Communication Marketing & Media.” A few weeks ago, we ventured out of the We ❤ Health Literacy Headquarters to attend one of our favorite conferences: the National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing,...

Social Media Part 6: Accessibility’s a Breeze on YouTube

Alt: A YouTube video, “The Good, The Bad, and the Dougly”, shows a cowboy doodle standing next to a rodeo clown doodle. The closed captioning reads, “Now that’s how you hog-tie a rodeo clown.” It’s been a big year for YouTube, dear readers. The Pew Research Center recently found that everyone’s favorite video-sharing site...