A Pap smear is a medical diagnostic procedure that screens for the presence of cervical cancer or changes in cells that can turn into cancer. Detecting cancer in early stages provides you with more options for successful treatment. Read on to learn more.
Among the many different studies in medicine, we have the cardiologist’s specialty. Physicians who specialize in cardiology are the ones in charge to diagnose, assess, prevent, and provide treatment for ...
With the COVID-19 pandemic where it is at the moment, everyone is trying to go back to normal; tests and vaccines are becoming more common every day and many organizations and groups are allowing people to ...
After a long time of uncertainty and pandemic, the coronavirus vaccines had brought hope and peace, and people had started to go back to their normal activities, to stop wearing their masks and have confidence in going out to the world again.
As you probably know by now, there are four brands of vaccines approved for distribution in the United States to fight COVID-19 disease, which are Pfizer BioNTech, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, and AstraZeneca.
After several tests in several groups of people and countries, there were mainly three brands of vaccines that were approved for their use in the United States, which were Pfizer BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson.
An emergency is defined by Oxford Languages as “a serious, unexpected, and often dangerous situation requiring immediate action”, but this is still a very ambiguous definition that leaves a lot of grey spaces.
Side effects are common and normal after many vaccinations, including the flu, shingles, etc., there is no reason to fear them, and the more informed you are, the more comfortable and calmed you will be when getting vaccinated.
A cardiology doctor studies and provides treatment for disorders of the heart and blood vessels. Your physician may refer you to a cardiologist for any suspect of heart disease or cardiovascular symptom.
There are a lot of aspects being currently studied regarding the Coronavirus vaccine, and a lot of questions regarding how it works and if the immunity it provides is helping to stop COVID-19 from spreading.
The application of a vaccine against COVID-19 is currently the only alternative to end the pandemic; but surely you, like many others, must have doubts about how it works and its benefits, so below we will answer some of the most common questions.
Now that the country has different COVID-19 vaccines authorized for application, it is essential that the population clarifies their doubts and agrees to be part of the national plan to stop the coronavirus pandemic.
How ironic to know that the same day we launched our Non-Profit, of all days, was Humans Right Day! It was also the kick-off of our long awaited first meeting of our Board of Directors for Promise to Aid (PTA).
Why a Flu shot is important? Each year, 5-20% of people across the U.S. are infected with the influenza virus. Influenza is a highly contagious viral respiratory infection that affects the nose, throat and lungs.
As we continue with our efforts of providing affordable and attainable healthcare, we are relentlessly educating ourselves on the facts and areas of focus for the uninsured. How can we make a difference?
It is no secret that Coronavirus is currently the issue that dominates agendas worldwide. Something totally understandable for what WHO says is a pandemic, thus defined according to its rapid spread around the globe.
Sexually transmitted diseases or infections are diseases that are transmitted from one person to another through sexual contact. There are more than 20 types of STDs and they can be caused by bacteria, viruses, and parasites.
Cindy Barshop, former star of the Bravo series Real Housewives of New York City and the founder of the wildly successful Completely Bare spa, is once again tackling the taboos of women’s health and sexuality with her newest endeavor, VSPOT™ Medi-Spa.
After experiencing a broken heart, whether it be from a break up with a spouse, the loss of a friendship or the death of a loved one, many people find that they don’t know what to do, and often feel lost, angry or confused.
The Trump Administration Officials announced on September 22, 2018, a new Executive Order with proposed changes to the definition of public charge as basis for denying admission, green cards and visas applications.