Legacy CEO Katy Caldwell was named one of this year’s “Women on the Move,” an annual award by Texas Executive Women going back decades in Houston.
Americans getting treatment for a mental health condition is difficult for many, and may be even worse for young African Americans and Hispanics
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 …
The Washington Post has this write up of the 21st Annual AIDS Conference in South Africa this week. Legacy’s leading policy advocate for HIV/AIDS, Venita Ray, is attending the conference. From the Post: Not many years ago, the idea of defeating the resilient virus that causes AIDS was far-fetched. But as 18,000 people gather this …
One of Legacy’s pregnant patients speaks with NBC about Zika fears and precautions.
Venita Ray, public affairs specialist with Legacy, will attend the 21st annual International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa tomorrow. The conference is a gathering of over 18,000 of the world’s leading HIV specialists, including health care providers, scientists, and leading advocates.
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.