Visual Wednesdays: Women’s Health in the US

XX in Health: A Family Affair

Danielle Cass is an innovation evangelist at Kaiser ...

Pro-tips from Women Leaders in Health

This past May we had our first ever XX Retreat, a full-day event to inspire and support female leadership in ...

Rock Weekly: Where the ladies at?

          July 30, 2012 Women make up 73% of medical and health services managers, but ...

Why You Should Demand Palliative Care

By Annie Case Rock Health hosted its fourth Skillshare workshop on Wednesday night, led by palliative care ...

4 Potential Roadblocks for Health Startups

By Malay Gandhi and Sarah ...

Visual Wednesdays: Can Philanthropy Save the Developing World from Fatal Diseases?

Rock Health’s Summer Reading List: 25 Books For Healthcare Entrepreneurs

By Annie Case           Bored of beach reads? Startup stuck in a rut? Rock Health ...

Rock Weekly: Prescriptions for your startup

            July 23, 2012 What's the prescription for an exciting summer?  A healthy

America Awakens to the Obesity Crisis

Obesity now outranks cigarette smoking as a top societal health problem. A new Gallup poll released yesterday finds that 81% of Americans believe obesity is an “extremely” or “very serious” problem, up significantly from the 69% who said the same in 2005. The increase is likely due to Americans’ growing awareness of obesity as a serious health issue, through public awareness drivers including First lady Michelle Obama's high-profile nationwide anti-childhood obesity campaign, launched in 2010.

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