Edmond L. Baker Jr., M.D., is the current medical director for the Equality Care Center. His experience of working in rural and underserved health spaces brings a unique ideation of patient care to the team.
Ud Dyer is a Family Nurse Practitioner at the Equality Health Walk-in Clinic. Following in the footsteps of her mother and other family members, Ud chose a career in healthcare because of how those around her in the profession were able to impact people’s lives by restoring them to a better quality of health.
Andreia Arnold has over 17 years of nursing experience with two years dedicated to pain management. She began her career in 2002 as a licensed practical nurse and obtained her associate’s degree in nursing from Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio.
Are you feeling scared, worried or overwhelmed during the pandemic? You are not alone. As part of the Cafecito Time con Equality Health webinar series, Equality Health presented an online conversation on July 23, 2020 how we’re coping with the pandemic.
In the grip of the COVID-19 pandemic that has already infected more than one million Americans, it’s difficult to think too distantly into the future.
Focus on total carbohydrates. Sugars are part of carbohydrates. In this example, there are 31 grams of total carbohydrates and 5 grams of those are sugar. Remember, as soon as you eat carbohydrates, your body turns them into sugar.
There is no single diet or eating pattern that is ideal for everyone with diabetes. Use this food portion guide to estimate your recommended serving sizes.
Medications help control how much sugar is in your blood and can help prevent serious health problems caused by diabetes such as heart attack, stroke, blindness, kidney disease, and nerve damage.
Preparing your own meals will make healthy eating decisions easier, but having diabetes shouldn’t stop you from dining out and enjoying a meal with family and friends.
These days the world does not lack for information — you just log on or tune in. It took a pandemic to clearly demonstrate the importance of connecting with a reliable source. Equality Health, through its interactive virtual seminars called “Cafecito Time con Equality Health”, has become a trusted community resource for information and support during this COVID-19 crisis.