Archive for August, 2009
Posted on 20. Aug, 2009 by Handbaglady.
A very interesting thing is happening across America at the moment – people are very publicly voicing their opinions about an issue that affects every single one of their population – healthcare. President Obama’s plans for healthcare reform have lead to widespread debate, criticism and media scrutiny but the debate about healthcare is not new [...]
Posted on 19. Aug, 2009 by neilcrump.
The cover story of August’s Pharmaceutical Marketing is entitled ‘Small Steps’. It’s a really smart status update article about web 2.0 engagement by the pharma industry. Chris Ross asked our very own NW1er for Aurora’s perspective on the way the (track and) field of social media use is shaping up. As pointed out in the [...]
Posted on 19. Aug, 2009 by Ze Frollein.
Wherever you go, whatever you do, read or watch, there is no place in this country where you aren’t bombarded with news, information and advice on what to eat, what not to eat, when to eat, how to eat and, most importantly, how to shed pounds whilst eating…. If you are one of those people [...]
Posted on 12. Aug, 2009 by Handbaglady.
The NHS finds itself slap bang in the middle of a political storm in the US as Republicans use our healthcare system to attack President Obama’s proposals for broader government involvement in healthcare provision. The trouble is that arguments are becoming more and more outlandish, emotive and downright inaccurate. Republican Chuck Grassley (the most senior [...]
Posted on 05. Aug, 2009 by Handbaglady.
First we had mad cow disease, then bird flu and now swine flu. What is this, farmageddon? While of course it is a serious health concern for those affected, we thought a light-hearted opener might be just the tonic to counter the doom and gloom of swine flu stories that have, once again, dominated every [...]