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Often, satisfying interpersonal communication is thought to be second nature, something that comes naturally to all people. After all, everyone is human and humans know how to speak to each other, right? It would be convenient to think in this way and approach sensitive topics with such a simple outlook. It is not the human condition to instantly understand how to breach sensitive topics like a cancer diagnosis.

Communicating about Cancer: Building Blocks

Klein Buendel - Wednesday, 22 February 2017 08:43

Often, satisfying interpersonal communication is thought to be second nature, something that comes naturally to all people. After all, everyone is human and humans know how to speak to each other, right? It would be convenient to think in this way and approach sensitive topics with such a simple outlook. It is not the human condition to instantly understand how to breach sensitive topics like a cancer diagnosis.

Sun Safety Awareness for the Snow Sports Industry

Rachel Eye - Tuesday, 14 February 2017 03:19

Klein Buendel (KB), together with representatives of the Colorado Cancer Coalition’s Skin Cancer Task Force (CSCTF) and Rocky Mountain Sunscreen, recently attended the SnowSports Industries America (SIA) Snow Show held at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.

Communicating about Cancer: Basic Skills

Mary Buller - Tuesday, 7 February 2017 04:31

“Communication” is an all-too-common term in society. We talk about needing better communication at work or about how easy it is to talk to a certain friend. But what does it really mean to communicate? And is it possible to become a better communicator? The short answer is “yes.” We can always become better communicators. We can start by learning more about communication and by practicing some essential skills.

Promoting African American Health with Photos

Jeanny Reither - Wednesday, 1 February 2017 08:28

February is African American History Month – an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. It is also a month to promote healthy, traditional African American foods.

Sun Safety Ink: A Skin Cancer Prevention Program for the Tattoo Community

Rachel Eye - Monday, 23 January 2017 05:11

Approximately, 25% of American adults have a tattoo, with younger adults more likely to have tattoos than older adults. The popularity of tattoos continues to grow in the general population and particularly among members of the military.  Individuals with tattoos need to take extra precaution when exposed to the sun not only to protect themselves from harmful UVR rays but also to reduce damage to their tattoos.