Mother, I’m Sorry I Didn’t Know

Mother, I’m Sorry I Didn’t Know

Years ago, my mother visited me from Orlando. She always presented herself as healthy, athletic, and bone-lean since she comes from great genetic stock. Her Japanese father died at 100 years old. Three days before his death, he was still digging in the garden and his...
Adding Up: The Cost of Low Health Literacy

Adding Up: The Cost of Low Health Literacy

This is the 2nd post in our Health Equality blog series that will explore health literacy and health disparities in the U.S. Read Part I here. Healthcare miscommunications is a $600 billion problem in the United States because our most expensive patients suffer from...
The Holidays with Elderly Family Members Matter

The Holidays with Elderly Family Members Matter

By Elain Harris The holidays are traditionally a time when we reflect on past memories. For those who live with a frail spouse or for children with an elderly parent or parents, these reflections often deepen the awareness of the extent of how much life has changed...
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