Category Archives: Blog

Go Blue for Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Each year, the first Friday in March marks National Dress in Blue Day – presenting the opportunity to wear blue and raise awareness for colorectal cancer. This year, join the Colorectal Cancer Alliance’s mission to help end this disease and commit to learning more about its screening and prevention. Go Blue for Colorectal Cancer Awareness […]

BioReference Helps Kick Off the Big Game

As the showdown between Cincinnati and Los Angeles kicked off just a few weeks ago, the game also marked a milestone for the BioReference team. From hours spent planning logistics to around-the-clock testing and traveling with teams, BioReference has been at the forefront of the pandemic sports game plan since the beginning. We’re sharing a […]

National Condom Month | Reducing Your Risk of STIs

February is National Condom Month, and though sexual health and safety may not be the most romantic topic, it’s important to keep in the conversation. Consider taking this opportunity to discuss options for safer sex with your partner – like using a condom – and remember when it comes to sexually transmitted infections (STIs), the […]

Women’s Health Highlight on Preventive Screenings

As we continue to navigate the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to shine a light on healthcare elements that may have fallen by the wayside these past two years – like preventive care. For women, these challenges are compounded by a pre-pandemic gap in preventive care accessibility.1 Women’s Health Highlight on […]

BioDiversity & Inclusion: myPerspective

By David, Marketing Manager, Payer Relations & Clinical Marketing “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.”–Thomas Jefferson, Declaration of Independence “A system cannot fail those it was never intended to protect.”W.E.B. Du Bois The right to vote has been under assault for most of this country’s history. In 2013, […]

Pandemic Sports Playbook: Meet our Teams Backing the Big Game

February is a big month in the world of sports, from skills competitions to international qualifiers – and the game we’ve all been waiting for. As the competition kicks off in Los Angeles, we’re highlighting the critical plays that go into supporting your favorite teams with COVID-19 testing.  Pandemic Sports Playbook: Meet our Teams Backing […]

Valentine’s Day Ideas during COVID-19

February brings the season of love, but welcoming another Valentine’s Day amid the COVID-19 pandemic may still have its challenges. Consider some COVID-19-friendly ways to help celebrate Valentine’s Day 2022 safely. Valentine’s Day Ideas during COVID-19 As we continue to navigate the persistent Omicron variant, coming up with Valentine’s Day ideas might still take some […]

American Heart Month | Your Diet Makes a Difference

Heart shapes may be popping up on candies and cards with Valentine’s Day around the corner, but this month, consider showing your heart some love. February also brings American Heart Month, an opportunity to bring awareness to heart disease and the importance of cardiovascular health. American Heart Month | Your Diet Makes a Difference Heart […]

Celebrating One Year with Scarlet Health®

How do you measure a year? It’s hard to believe that it has been one year since we first introduced Scarlet Health®. Combined with the magic of a new year, we are reflecting on everything that Scarlet accomplished in the past twelve months. Acceleration of Telemedicine While the pandemic kept people at home, the adoption […]

Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Each January brings the opportunity to discuss a topic of great importance in women’s health – cervical cancer. Learning more about cervical cancer and how testing is performed for early detection can help you know your risk. Here, we offer an overview of the disease and the importance of cervical cancer screening. Cervical Cancer Awareness […]