Mosquito, tick and flea-borne illness has tripled in the past 13 years! Here’s a guide to preventing, identifying and treating the top bug-borne diseases.
The Methodist Driver Rehabilitation Program offers specialized driver training and assessment to help people of all ages and abilities drive as long as they are able.
With osteoporosis, bones deteriorate or become brittle and fragile due to low bone mass and bone tissue loss. Osteoporosis increases the risk of fractures, particularly of the hips, spine and wrists.
Every minute that passes following a stroke could mean the loss of precious brain cells, and can mean the difference between a positive and negative outcome.
With seasonal allergies, pollen and dust filling the air again, you may notice symptoms of asthma.
Hepatitis C is a virus that causes inflammation of the liver, what we call “hepatitis.” It is spread primarily through contact with the blood of an infected person. May is Hepatitis Awareness Month - how much do you know?
High blood pressure – also called hypertension – is when the pressure in your arteries is too high. What are the ways having high blood pressure can hurt your health?
Monday, April 16th is Healthcare Decisions Day. It’s a day when we talk about the importance of having advance directives – the paperwork that lets health care providers know your medical wishes and appoints someone to speak for you should you be unable to speak for yourself.
The decision to become an organ and tissue donor, for many, is very personal. Here at Methodist, we are proud to partner with our local organ and tissue recovery agencies to help families give and receive the gift of life.
No one should have to choose between good health and the other necessities of life. World Health Day is a reminder to all of us to work to bridge the gap to ensure that all people have access to quality health services, where and when they need them. Why does it matter - and what can you do about it?