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.
Cafecito Time con Equality Health
Caring is Back Podcast Series
Do you know the difference between a doctor and a nurse practitioner? When is it a good idea to have a telehealth visit? What are social determinants of health? Livia Arevalo, Nurse Practitioner with Equality Health, answers all these questions in this month’s Caring Is Back® podcast.
Behavioral health is emotional health. Symptoms may show up differently for everyone, but it’s important to recognize the symptoms and get help if needed.
It happened again. An individual we’ll identify as “ES” in order to protect our member’s privacy, had another mental health crisis.
All JB ever wanted was to be a “normal” healthy 19-year-old girl living a normal teenage life. But due to a hole in her heart from a birth defect, the Houstonian wasn’t able to attend high school activities or experience life as a teenager.
In the Community
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.
In the News
Does talking about mental health make you uncomfortable? Like who wants to be called loco, right? Mental health does not only refer to going crazy. In fact, it often means learning how to handle thoughts and feelings that are affecting your life in a not-good way.
For kids, mental health issues can be a disaster. They not only make your child’s (and your family’s) present life difficult, but they can affect your child’s ability to have a successful future.
It’s back, and it promises to be just as much fun as ever — Equality Health Foundation’s Sixth Annual Healthy Fall Festival & Turkey Giveaway takes place this year on Saturday, November 19 from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. at Maxine O. Bush Elementary School (602 E. Siesta Dr., Phoenix, Arizona). As always, the festival and every one of its activities — from admission to the health screenings to the many giveaways — are completely free. You just need to be there!