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  • Mes de la salud masculina: Está bien, el médico no muerde

    Junio ​​es el Mes de la Salud Masculina, y algunos proveedores todavía están tratando de convencer a más hombres para que dejen espacio para las visitas de bienestar en su calendario. Un médico de Dakota del Sur dice que ignorar las cosas eventualmente podría llevarle a un entorno médico...
  • Men’s Health Month: It’s OK, the Doctor Won’t Bite

    June is Men’s Health Month, and some providers still are trying to convince more men to make room for wellness visits on their calendar. A South Dakota physician says shrugging things off eventually could land you in a medical setting more frequently. Mark Beard, a specialist in family medicine...
  • Mes de Concientización sobre Accidentes Cerebrovascular, consejos de un doctor

    Mayo es el mes de concientización sobre los derrames cerebrales. Las personas deben actuar rápidamente para evitar danos duraderos cuando ocurran. Preste atención a señales comunes como perdida del equilibro, dolor de cabeza o mareos; identifique si existe visión borrosa y note si una mitad del rostro esta caída con...
  • For Stroke Awareness Month, Doc Advises People ‘BE FAST’

    May is stroke awareness month. People need to act quickly to avoid lasting damage when they happen – and remember the acronym “BE FAST.” ‘B’ stands for balance and watch if someone is losing it. ‘E’ stands for eyes and changes to vision. ‘F’ is for face and signs of...
  • Alcohol Awareness Month: Pandemic Worsens Dangerous Drinking

    April is Alcohol Awareness Month, highlighting serious consequences of drinking too much. Excessive alcohol use contributes to more than 95,000 deaths each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Dr. Scott Itano, a family medicine physician at Kaiser Permanente Washington in Seattle, said the pandemic has exacerbated dangerous...
  • Spotlight on Mental Wellness During National Children’s Health Month

    Eric Galatas Public News Service OMAHA, Neb. – October is Children’s Health Month, and with the new school year just underway, Nebraska Children’s Home Society is encouraging parents, teachers and communities across the state to take steps to improve children’s physical and mental health. Briana Woodside, the society’s pregnancy,...
  • Men’s Health Month: Making Men Feel Comfortable in Doc’s Office

    Eric Tegethoff, Public News Service – OR PORTLAND, Ore. — It’s Men’s Health Month, and doctors have a request for men: Get a checkup from your primary care physician. Doctor Safina Koreishi is a family medicine physician and medical director of the Columbia Pacific Coordinated Care Organization. She said...
  • Encourage a Love of Reading During National Family Literacy Month

    NewsUSA For many parents, it’s a struggle to get kids to read outside of the classroom, but November is the perfect time to change that, because it’s National Family Literacy Month. The importance of reading goes well beyond acing a test or getting an “A” on a book report....
  • November is National Diabetes Awareness Month

    Wonderful Pistachios Roughly two in three adults are considered to be overweight or obese. More than 29 million Americans are living with diabetes, while 86 million (that’s 1 out of 3 adults) have prediabetes. And every year about 735,000 American adults have a heart attack. These are all unfortunate...
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