If you are a woman, this is your month! May is not only a time to honor the women who have made a wonderful difference in your life, it’s also when Women’s Health Week happens. This means it’s time to take care of you. The best way to start is with a well-woman exam.
In this segment, our guest Rosiane Liddi, Certified Fitness Trainer and Nutritionist with LatinaStrong talks with host Maria Rebozo-La Pine about how women can work healthy habits into their daily routine and reminds us that good health starts at home!
Have you seen your doctor lately? Some people only go when they’re sick. But nowadays things are different. Health providers not only treat sickness and chronic health issues, they are also all about prevention.
In this segment, our guest Christian León, Vice President of Advanced Primary Care at Equality Health, talks with host Maria Rebozo-La Pine about why annual wellness visits are essential for you and your family’s health, the barriers to seeking care, and how to overcome them.
There seems to be a lot of different types of wellness checkups these days, from well-child visits and sports physicals to well-adult visits, well-woman checkups and annual physicals to geriatric annual wellness visits and annual physicals.
Whether you’re a man or a woman, colon health is something you should absolutely pay attention to — and talk about.
In this episode, our special guest, Livia Arevalo, a Nurse Practitioner on the Equality Health Care Team, talks about colorectal cancer and what you need to know about this silent disease.
Sometimes some things are best left unsaid. This does not apply to your health, including sensitive subjects like your colon and rectum. Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer and needlessly claims more deaths than another other cancer besides lung cancer.
Heart disease may be the nation’s top cause of death, but did you know a few healthy habits could majorly decrease your risks? Even if you have a heart disease condition or survived a heart attack, these lifestyle habits can help maximize your recovery and improve the function of your active heart muscle.
In this episode of Cafecito Time con Equality Health, guest speaker Cindy Quintero, Community Impact Director at the American Heart Association, joins our host Maria Rebozo-La Pine to talk about ways to help prevent heart-related diseases.