Canadian public health organizations have run into a serious communication problem about the AstraZeneca vaccine. Crisis management and communication theories explain what's gone wrong.
Your eyebrows can tell a whole story without saying a word.
A wealth of online videos show dogs that, with the help of a keyboard, seem to be able to communicate with their masters. But does it really mean that dogs can "talk"?
Misunderstanding disaster warnings can have catastrophic consequences. New research shows how easily modern emergency communications can get lost in translation.
In recent years, a growing body of academic research has emerged that outlines how emojis can be used in all forms of communication.
A new study found naked mole-rats communicate with chirps unique to their colony.
Getting pharmacies more involved could be a game changer, particularly for reaching minorities, older adults without internet access and others left behind.
Joe Biden's presidential campaign and his inauguration mark an important change for the roughly 3 million people in the United States who stutter.
Two strategies can make videoconferencing as effective as meeting face to face, or even better.
The vaccines' cold storage requirements and shipment rules put small, rural communities at a disadvantage, but that's only part of a long-running challenge.
Talking with people who hold different political views doesn't have to be an exercise in futile rage. Here are some tips to help you peacefully and fruitfully discuss spicy topics.
A professor of wireless communications explains the origins of cellular networks and how they evolved into today's 5G networks.
Conversation analysis explains how ums and uhs facilitate communication
Communicators must listen to the frustrations, fears and concerns of young people about COVID-19. Then they need to speak to them like human beings, rather than talk at them.
Equipping parents with the right information on what to talk about, and how to talk about it, is a key step in addressing challenges to sexual health.
Differentiating between bad jargon and good jargon.
While some adults see implicit meaning in sentences, children can miss it. Two linguists explain how this can happen, and why it matters in communication.
In the age of masks, improve your interactions by using all aspects of human communication.
Research and a recent campaign rally show how political leaders' rhetoric can shape risk perceptions among their loyal followers.
New research suggests individual bees are born with one of two learning styles – either curious or focused. Their genetic tendency has implications for how the hive works together.