Mental health is just as important as physical health. Over the past few years, incidents involving bullying have escalated across campuses throughout the US.
This past weekend kicked off the start of Legacy Community Health’s Back to School events across three major campuses.
By: Brianna DAlessio South, Marketing Specialist In a historic move, the Centers for Disease Control advised pregnant women yesterday not to travel to a neighborhood outside of Miami because of the Zika virus. That neighborhood has seen 14 cases of locally transmitted cases of the virus, a first in the United States. The 500+ other …
Every patient has a journey, a health journey, which shapes who they are and what they are battling. CaringBridge.org is a window into their journey.
One of Legacy’s pregnant patients speaks with NBC about Zika fears and precautions.
As summer ends, and you head back into your pediatrician’s office for your child’s yearly check-up, it is an important time to ask your child’s doctor the right questions. In fact, here is a list of 5 questions you should ask your pediatrician:
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.
Recently, The Legacy Community Health Bissonnet clinic completed a three-month Healthy Lifestyles pilot program for children, a first of its kind at Legacy. The goal of the program was to educate families of our young at-risk patients about the disease process of obesity and how to make sustainable changes in their nutritional behaviors and physical activity.