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.
The start of a new year is a great time to make a health and wellness plan for you and your family.
Did you know that Diabetes can occur at any age and in people of any race, shape or size? Do you know the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes?
Taking care of someone who is aging or has a serious, long-term health condition is a labor of love. It can also be one of the most challenging roles we’ll play as a supportive spouse, family member or friend.
Do you know the difference between a doctor and a nurse practitioner? When should you go to the hospital versus urgent care? What do you need to bring with you to different appointments? Knowing the answers to these questions can help keep you and your family healthy.
Back-to-school is coming up and and during July’s Cafecito Time con Equality Health our special guest shared how you and your child can start building routines, confidence and skills now to help prepare for the return to the classroom.
Check out June’s Cafecito Time con Equality Health where we discussed men’s health and wellness. We talked about health threats that specifically impact men, ways to detect early symptoms of certain health conditions, and tips to help men stay healthy.
Check out May’s Cafecito Time con Equality Health we’re we talked about women’s health and wellness, and what you can do now to help improve your health.
Well-child checks and vaccines are not only essential, but they are also the easiest way to protect your family. At our April Cafecito Time con Equality Health, we are joined by a Pediatrician who helps answer questions like What vaccines does my child need? How does COVID-19 impact children? When will the vaccine be available to them? How are vaccines proven to be safe and what are the potential side effects?
Imagine the day when you can visit with friends and family again, and share a celebratory meal. Thanks to COVID-19 vaccines, that day is on the horizon.