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.
Are you ready to try something new for breakfast? Try Chia Breakfast Pudding! It’s a convenient breakfast that will fill you up and keep you going all morning. This breakfast is full of fiber, calcium and omega-3 fatty acids. Melissa shares.
Recently, we sat down with members of the St. Hope Prevention Team to talk about the importance of knowing your status and how the testing process at St. Hope works. Take a look. #KnowYourStatus #DoingItMyWay
Vaccines are part of nearly every American child’s life. If you’re a new parent, you might find yourself with a lot of questions about the safety and effectiveness of these shots. See the infographic below for frequently asked questions. Take a look at our other services here.
Nourhane Badawi, PharmD, is the Director of Pharmacy here at St. Hope, sat down with us to talk about some of the advantages of the 340B program and how patients are benefiting.
People with HIV can have problems in and around the eye that healthy people do not get. About 70% of those with HIV will have an eye problem. Sometimes these problems can be first sign that a person has an HIV infection. Dr. Ivan J. Srut, O.D. explains.
According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, more than 20 million Americans suffer from severe vision loss. While not all eye diseases are preventable, there are little things you can do throughout the day to help protect one of your body’s most essential organs. Keep Your Body Healthy Everything in your body is interconnected, so…
Recently, St. Hope hosted their annual Father’s Day Luncheon and it was a powerful experience. During the event, St. Hope father’s were recognized for all that they do.