Raising breast cancer awareness one friend at a time
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It’s the time of year we’re virtually pinkwashed with the staggering reality of breast cancer’s big numbers. Like ...
Not your typical award show dinner
We were wearing our finest. Some of us even sparkled in pink. The venue? The 9th annual PM society digital awards last week in London. This celebration of the ...
Apple unveils a DTC ECG
For those that didn’t view Apple’s latest keynote, the development that carried the most groundbreaking health impact was the reveal of the Apple Watch Series 4.
The art of crafting beer
Subject lines and craft beer—these two don’t really seem to go together, huh?
Putting the Freeze on Still’s Disease
“Never tickle a sleeping dragon,” JK Rowling famously warns. But I’ve heard better dragon advice. People who live with Still’s disease – men, women, children – ...
What I learned from Mean Girls
She was barreling at me top speed, rushing down the stairs with her mouth twisted in anger—a very unhappy woman from the looks of it. No eye contact. No hello. Just ...
Headlines for Hope - and Accuracy
Have you ever thought hmm…that’s an interesting headline, is it really true?
Is patient-centricity really having an impact at the point of care?
Patient-centricity is the buzzword that permeates the healthcare landscape right now. And rightly so.
How my toes help my fingers
Do you remember the very first time you gave your boss some copy to review? I sure do—I was terrified. It was a little jewelry print ad headed for the New York ...
I hate cats
I have a conflicted relationship with cats. I am both fascinated by and afraid of our feline friends.
The Battle at Thompson Island
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
Football’s coming home. Or is it?
“I don’t really care about football or the world cup” said most of the London office the moment an email about a football World Cup sweepstake arrived in their ...