Monthly Archives: April 2018

Head shot of Jimmy Luis Gomez, better known as Taboo.

Translating music into hope

Grammy Award winning musician Jimmy Luis Gomez, better known as Taboo, has been thrilling audiences for years as a member of the hit music group Black Eyed Peas. He sharesRead More

Glob of contraceptive gel

Preventing pregnancy with a gel for men?

This June the largest effort in the U.S. to test a new hormonal male contraceptive starts—with support from NIH. Contraceptives help prevent pregnancy. Currently condoms and a vasectomy are theRead More

Marguerite and David Kaye on a recent vacation.

A couple’s caregiving journey

David Kaye never thought anything could hurt him. He spent 25 years in the Army as a Green Beret and served three tours of duty in Vietnam. But after goingRead More

Elderly woman and nurse touching foreheads and smiling

Caregiving: It takes a village

Do you remind a family member or friend to take a life-saving medication each day? Do you spend time helping a disabled neighbor with chores? You may not realize it,Read More

Head shot of Ted Simon

Racing against lung cancer

In early 2016, Rhode Island resident Ted Simon had a tickle in his throat that wouldn’t go away. When the tickle turned into a cough, he went to see hisRead More

Head shot of Leeza Gibbons

Caregiving isn’t a solo sport

Leeza Gibbons is a leading TV talk show host, entertainment reporter, and best-selling author, but she has another role: caregiver. Gibbons cared for both her mother and father during seriousRead More