Social isolation is a major risk factor of suicide. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, learn how to prevent social isolation for yourself and your loved ones.
While you’re focused on healing in the hospital, discharge planners are working side by side with your care team to create a realistic discharge plan that meets your needs, keeps you safe and helps prevent a return to the hospital.
Parents of college students, whether you have an empty or not-so-empty nest this fall, you and your child will have to navigate the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic together.
Wearing a mask during the COVID-19 pandemic is a lifesaving public health tool, but it's not universally practiced, and misinformation is rampant. Whether you mask a lot, a little or not at all, read on as we debunk the most common masking myths.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, so does another disease claiming thousands of lives worldwide every day – viral hepatitis. Educate yourself on the different strains and how to prevent them.
Most of the time mosquito and tick bites are just a nuisance, but occasionally these critters transmit serious diseases.
Addressing the Alzheimer's Stigma: How the Methodist Geriatric Assessment Clinic is Helping Patients and Caregivers
The Methodist Geriatric Assessment Clinic is dedicated to addressing the stigma tied to Alzheimer’s disease by addressing the lack of awareness and understanding surrounding it.
Anyone at any age can develop PTSD – not just combat veterans. And sexual assault survivors are one group of people that develop PTSD more than others.
While doctors, nurses and medical staff might be the most visible people caring for you during your hospital stay, there’s a small army of people behind closed doors also caring for you – health care risk managers.
While migraines are a common medical problem, your story is unique, and your primary care provider can help you take control.