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An estimated 40,000 women die each year from breast cancer and another 4,000 from cervical cancer according to the CDC. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime and it is the 5th leading cause of death for women over 50 years of age.
The transition from hospital to home is a particularly vulnerable juncture in patient care that requires significant oversight and checkpoints.
National Public Health week kicked off on Monday, April 4. The theme – Healthiest Nation 2030 – directly correlates with the primary goals at the heart of public health initiatives – creating the healthiest nation within one generation.
De acuerdo con la oficina del censo (Census Bureau) la población hispana viviendo en los Estados Unidos asciende a 55 millones de personas en la actualidad, lo cual representa el 17% de la población total de la nación. Además, en términos de poder adquisitivo representan alrededor de un 1.5 trillones de dólares. Con la reforma de salud impulsada por la Ley de Asistencia Asequible (ACA), cada vez más hispanos tienen acceso a seguro médico y algunos otros se han visto beneficiados al recibir una mejor cobertura médica.
A preventable death from heart disease is one death too many. Read this blog to find ways to realize more positive heart health outcomes.
Diabetes affects more than 29 million Americans, or nearly one out of every ten people in the United States. One in every four persons with diabetes is unaware that they have the disease. All forms of diabetes, including elevated glucose levels (undiagnosed), carry an economic burden. The cost per case of undiagnosed diabetes was $4,030 in 2012. This could mean that the total cost for undiagnosed diabetes may be in excess of $29B. Getting tested is the first step.