Too many patients – not to mention parents of asthmatic children – become complacent and neglect to fill their prescription or take their control medicine. This is a big mistake because the most important goal is to prevent the next asthma attack. All too often, patients end up in an emergency room to treat an attack that could have been avoided to begin with. As Asthma Awareness Month comes to a close, let’s debunk some of the common myths shared by many patients.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month; there is no better time to take it upon ourselves to end the stigmatization of mental illness once and for all.
The epidemic never stopped being a threat, particularly for New York City Latinas. Given deep-seated cultural patterns, from travel to sexual stigmas, Zika is not a seasonal threat or condition.
When it comes to health and health care, the reality for Latinas in the United States is disheartening. I needed a voice of hope. It occurred to me to give Olga a call.
Durante este último mes, he estado buscando inspiración para escribir un artículo que coincida con la Semana Nacional de la Salud de la Mujer, que se inicia el 8 de mayo y culmina el Día de la Madre, el próximo 14 de mayo. El objetivo de esta jornada es empoderar a las mujeres para que
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