Here is a guide to how hepatitis is transmitted and learning whether you’re at increased risk. If you’ve tested positive for hepatitis B or C, trust the physicians at St. Hope Foundation to help clear or control the virus. Our medical team stays abreast of the latest advancements in hepatitis treatments to provide patients the […]
Dental hygienists and dental assistants are similar in that they both provide dental care. However, the depth of car they provide is vastly different, as is the level of which they interact with patients. If you are considering a career in the dental industry – or if you are simply curious – here are some […]
It’s time to get the straight facts about blind or visually impaired people during Blindness Awareness Month in October. Ivan J. Srut, O.D. shares.
We would like to congratulate Dr. Nisha Patel D.D.S. for being named St. Hope Foundation Employee of the Month for October 2018. Keep up the great work!
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a potentially deadly disease that interferes with the body’s ability to fight infections. Left untreated, it can lead to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Unlike other viruses, the body cannot completely get rid of HIV, even with treatment, so once diagnosed, you will have it for life. If you believe you […]
Choosing a doctor is hardly easy. If you suspect you have high blood pressure, for instance, should you go to the doctor you’ve been seeing for years, or visit a specialist? Perhaps you don’t even know the background of your doctor because they’ve been your family doctor since childhood. Regardless, you need to know what […]
Eighty-five million Americans have skin disorders according to a 2017 study from the American Academy of Dermatology. Most issues are minor, but there are a few serious skin conditions that require immediate treatment. These are nine of the most common skin problems. 9 Common Skin Disorders from Rodney Goodie 9 Common Skin Disorders From […]
Gout is a particularly painful form of arthritis that causes swelling in one or more joints, most often at the base joint in the big toe. This inflammation is caused by the accumulation of shard-like urate crystals in the joint. Urate crystals form when your blood’s concentration of uric acid is high, a condition known […]
Cheerleading has evolved beyond simply supporting sports teams from the sidelines. Though many states – and the NCAA – don’t consider cheerleading a sport, increasingly daring and highly technical maneuvers have created a new world wherein cheerleaders are at increased risk for serious injury. Common Cheerleading Injuries And How to Prevent Them from Rodney Goodie […]
If you have been diagnosed with high blood pressure (hypertension), you may be wary about taking medication to bring your numbers down. It turns out you may be able to avoid, delay or reduce your need for medicine by living a healthier lifestyle. Here are six changes you can make to lower your blood pressure […]