The World Health Organization (WHO) recently called for medical and dental check-ups to be resumed despite the pandemic. The topic for the next “Cafecito Time con Equality Health” that’s scheduled for today, Thursday, August 27, is ‘How to Make the Most of Your Next Visit to the Doctor’.
Keeping up with in-office well-child screenings is extremely important, even during the pandemic. Thankfully, practices like Panda Pediatrics and Adolescent Care are taking extra steps to help make your child’s visit as pleasant as possible!
Most of the food we eat is turned into glucose, a type of sugar, for our bodies to use for energy. A hormone released by the pancreas called insulin helps glucose get into the cells of our bodies. When you have diabetes, your pancreas either doesn’t make enough insulin or can’t use its own insulin well.
When high amounts of sugar stay in your blood for too long, problems can happen throughout your body. These problems are called complications of Diabetes.
Type 2 Diabetes is when you have too much sugar (also called glucose) in your blood. Normally,
our bodies manage glucose with a hormone called Insulin.
María is a young mother who lives with her family in South Phoenix. Maria’s son, Lucas, was born a little over one year ago. Like many first-time mothers, María has strictly followed all the instructions provided by her doctors in regard to both her and Lucas’ health and well-being.
If you are feeling worried or overwhelmed from the pandemic, join us for the second webinar “Staying Calm During the COVID-19 Pandemic” in the series with guest presenter Dr. David Guerrero on Thursday, August 6, 2020. This webinar series is designed especially for Californians who are 65 years and older.
If you are feeling worried or overwhelmed from the pandemic, watch the second webinar “Staying Calm During the COVID-19 Pandemic” in our Managing Your Health & Emotional Well-being During the COVID-19 Pandemic series with guest presenter Dr. David Guerrero. This webinar series is designed especially for Californians who are 65 years and older.
From an early age, Desmond “Des” López, a young, 25-year-old woman born and raised in Arizona, has maintained the call to serve the public as a constant in her life. When she was only 17 years old, she sought to help people, no matter the risk, and enlisted in the military. Her military experience became an important part of shaping her character and development as an adult.
As COVID-19 cases throughout California continue to surge, knowing what you can do to help keep yourself and your family safe is critical. In response, Equality Health is providing a three-part webinar series, designed especially for those who are 65 years and older, to address what you can do now the help manage your health during the pandemic, the effect of COVID-19 on those with chronic conditions, and the impact of COVID-19 on mental health.