If you are in Ann Arbor, Michigan early next week, check out this awesome opportunity!
DATE: 4:30–5:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 23, 2015
EVENT: “Take 2 Jokes & Call Me in the Morning: Is Laughter the New Aspirin?” will feature a conversation about the intersection of humor and health with University of Michigan alums Mark Cendrowski, award-winning director of “The Big Bang Theory,” and Dr. Randy Brown, pediatric pulmonologist and clinical assistant professor at the U-M School of Public Health.
Heart disease in women is one of those health issues that has a “perfect storm” of features that warrants creative communication approaches. The Lego Movie Raises Heart Disease Awareness explains why. First, millions of women are affected by cardiovascular disease. “One out of every three deaths among women in the U.S. each year is attributed to… Continue reading Top 10 Tuesday: A Creative Campaign to LEGO® of Heart Disease (Get it?)
Sculptures amaze me. Before there were 3-D movies, people created 3-D images with clay, wood, stone and whatever other materials were at hand. Sometimes these images are realistic and sometimes they are fanciful. Similarly, matters of the heart can be as real as a heart attack and as fanciful as love. It seems fitting that… Continue reading Top 10 Tuesday: Sculpting to the Heart of the Matter