More than half the people on Earth live within 120 miles (193 kilometers) of the ocean. Oceans are a major source for job creation; in fact over ...
National Public Health Week: Celebrating #PHNerds Everywhere!
As some of us here at Worldways are self-proclaimed “public health nerds,” we were excited to celebrate National Public Health ...
Promoting Positive Health Choices in Recognition of National Nutrition Month
There’s a reason that spring isn’t just a season, but also a mindset. The spring months bring forth ...
The Doctor Will See You Now: Video Visits and the Future of Modern Medicine
Would you opt to have your next doctor’s visit via video if you weren’t able to see him ...
Turning Waste Into Water
Would you opt to take a drink from a glass of water if you knew it was once human poop? ...
Giving Back and Giving Local: City of Newport’s Hunter Park Mural Project
Giving back and giving local are two ideologies we at Worldways are passionate about. Though our professional network spans across ...
10 Ways Social Marketing Can Change the World for the Better
Mark Marosits here, posting from the conference. Here are some ideas from the USF Social Marketing Conference: Rowena Merritt kicked ...
Innovation in the Western World Versus Innovation in the Developing World: How Do They Compare?
Constant innovation and invention is a vital part of progressing towards the future. But in the Western world, a large ...
Commuting Smart: How it Benefits You and Public Health
While cars provide convenience and accessibility, they also aren’t the most conducive way to promote a healthier world or ...
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