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.
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.
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.
Equality Health Community Health Workers Nora Lozano and Maria Valdez presented at the Arizona Community Health Workers Association (AzCHOW) annual conference on Friday, June 25.
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.
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.
Dr. Baker, Medical Director at Equality Health, celebrates Black History Month by spotlighting organizations that greatly impact African American communities in Phoenix. Today, he is talking to Myron Douglass, Chairman, Arizona Men’s Health and Wellness Initiative, and George Charles III, Chairman, Project Alpha.
In February’s Cafecito Time con Equality Health, Equality Health Nurse Practitioner, Livia Arevalo, joined us to talk about how to keep a healthy – and happy – heart.
During January’s Cafecito Time con Equality Health, we talked about healthy New Year resolutions like walking and exercising every day, eating healthy foods and taking care of your overall well-being too!
In December’s Cafecito Time con Equality Health we talked about how to keep a positive attitude. We provided information and resources about what we can do to help ourselves, our family members and our friends reach a positive way of thinking and improve our well-being.
Joe Farrell, Center Back for the Phoenix Rising FC, joined us during our Healthy Fall Festival for a kid-friendly virtual soccer demonstration. Joe shared several soccer drills and answered questions about what it takes to become a champion.
The holidays are finally here but don’t let COVID-19 dampen your holiday spirit! In our November 19 Cafecito Time con Equality Health, we talked about fun tips and creative ways to keep holiday traditions alive while complying with CDC guidelines to keep you and your family safe.
quality Health Foundation is hosting its 4th Annual Healthy Fall Festival and Turkey Giveaway! To keep everyone safe and healthy, this year’s festival is going to be 3-day event that includes virtual activities and a drive-thru turkey giveaway. It’s going to be fun for everyone and a great way to safely kick-off the holiday!
Unfortunately, many of us or someone we know has been affected by breast cancer. As part of the Cafecito Time con Equality Health webinar series, Equality Health presented an online conversation to help support and encourage others who are facing breast cancer, and shared Monica’s personal journey to recovery.
Get prepared for your doctor’s visit, whether it’s an in-office or a virtual telehealth visit! Watch our fourth Cafecito Time con Equality Health webinar to better to make the best of your next doctor’s visit.
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.
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.
In partnership with ABC15 Arizona, we are proud to bring an informational phone bank to our local community Thursday night to answer questions related to the #coronavirus. Tune in to ABC CH15. #COVID19 #NewCultureOfCare #Arizona Allison Rodriguez