Without a doubt, eating is one of the greatest pleasures in life. But consuming foods without much attention to nutrition has serious healthy consequences that might have us digging our own graves with a spoon and a fork.
Sin duda alguna el comer es para muchos uno de los placeres de esta vida, pero el hacerlo de una manera desordenada tanto en la cantidad como en los tipos de alimentos que consumimos pueden llegar a tener serias consecuencias en nuestra salud. Es más, pudiéramos estar ‘cavando’ nuestra propia tumba con la cuchara y el tenedor.
Febrero es el mes dedicado a la salud del corazón, por eso Equality Health y Food City preparan un evento de cocina saludable donde junto al reconocido Chef Isidro “Chilo” Chacón se podrá aprender a preparar alimentos saludables sin perder ese delicioso sabor de la comida hispana.
This month is the traditional time in countries around the world to celebrate sharing love. But the connection with hearts and love doesn’t stop on February 14. February is American Heart Month, and the whole month is dedicated to heart health awareness.
Roberto is a 51-year-old male who resides in Mesa. He completed his first Social and Cultural Risk Assessment (SCRA) while at his PCP’s office in May 2019. At that time his social risk score was low, but the SCRA assessment showed insecurities in recreational activities and lack of access to fresh food.
Physician burnout is a problem that has many causes—excessive documentation and technology headaches chief among them—but a recent Medical Economics physician survey included a less-scrutinized source: Patient needs that sometimes overwhelm their doctors.
With cancer on the rise among Asian Americans, it’s more important than ever to educate yourself and detect any problems early.