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One of Legacy’s pregnant patients speaks with NBC about Zika fears and precautions.
Three additional patients, pregnant moms, are testing positive for the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
A new study regarding the Zika virus reports the virus can live for months in semen, raising the risk of infection higher for women having unprotected sex.
We just read this and wanted to pass along. From Kaiser Health News: Free text-messaging service for pregnant women Health advocates say it’s important to tailor digital health technologies to lower-income people not only to be fair, but because they’re more likely to have chronic illnesses, like diabetes, that are expensive to treat…For now, experiments …
The biggest health care battle in D.C. has now officially become a stalemate. Badly needed legislation providing states the funding they need to wrestle down the Zika virus failed yesterday.
Summer is in full swing and it’s important to remember how sensitive we are to sunlight and extreme heat. Practice the below recommendations to ensure you are protecting yourself appropriately.
On Monday, top Texas Senate Republicans added additional pressure on Congress to find emergency funding for the Zika virus, 40 cases are confirmed statewide.
By: Brianna DAlessio South, Marketing Specialist It’s widely known the state of Texas refuses to expand Medicaid, or something similar to it. But a supermajority of Texas (63%) favor it, according to a new survey released by The Texas Medical Center Health Policy Institute in Houston. “Both Texas and Florida, the residents there are hurting …
As we honor the fallen this Memorial Day weekend, it’s also a time to recommit to providing proper health care to veterans. Many veterans are not receiving the care they need in a timely manner in the VA health system. Community health centers like Legacy are ready and willing to provide high-quality care to them and their families.