It’s February - heart month – to me, a female cardiologist, it is a reminder of the work we have left to do. Heart disease is the #1 cause of death for both men and women in the US, it kills more every year than all cancers combined.
Here’s the thing about heart disease: It’s sneaky. Forget the Hollywood depiction of a heart attack—the dramatic clutching of the chest and woozy stumble. For women, especially, the signs can be all too easy to overlook, including indigestion, dizziness and fatigue (and who isn’t tired?).
If there’s one thing that excites me more than anything else about Humana’s partnership with President Clinton and his accomplished team at the Clinton Foundation, it’s this: together, we are helping more Americans live healthier lives.
Prior to #HealthMatters2014, we asked Travis Bogard, Vice President of Product Management & Strategy at Jawbone, six questions on our health-based codeathon series in partnership …
Just over a century ago, adults began to organize the play activities of American children.
American history is full of famous tinkerers -- Henry Ford, The Wright Brothers, Thomas Edison -- people who started with an idea and processed through trial and error until they arrived at a solution.