As you age, the types of doctors you see change. Family and internal medicine practitioners provide the same primary care services, but there are key differences between these two common specialties.
Nearly 37 million people worldwide are living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), including more than one million in the U.S. Though there is no cure, there are many treatments that allow those with HIV to live long, active lives. One option is antiretroviral therapy (ART). Our immune systems are designed to clear out viruses, but […]
What leafy greens do you eat? It’s important to eat a variety of green leafy vegetables. Melissa shares.
Congratulations to Stephen Choy, PA-C, AAHIVS for being named our July 2018 Employee of the Month. We’re so proud of Stephen’s accomplishments and look forward to his continued growth here at St. Hope Foundation. #GetToKnowStHope #WeAreStHope
This month we are proud to present the latest episode of our SHF Employee Spotlight series. This month we are featuring Lynn Roberts MSN, APRN, FNP-C. Roberts is the Director of Nursing here at St. Hope. #GetToKnowStHope #WeAreStHope
Despite recent advances in medical science, the life expectancy of the average American has declined over the past few years. This means it’s as important as ever to take care of our bodies and minds to reduce our risk of developing life-threatening illnesses. We tend to envision death as the result of a serious, sudden, […]
During the early stages of your child’s development, it’s common to assume brushing and flossing are the best ways to ensure a healthy smile. The right combination of vitamins and minerals are important too.
Recently, the staff of St. Hope participated in the 40th annual Houston Pride Parade. St. Hope is committed to equally throughout the community. #WeAreStHope
Carbs aren’t off limits for people with diabetes! In fact, many should be included in a healthy diabetes diet. Read on to find out which carbs are essential for nutrition.