The U.S. leads the developed world in the number of women who die of complications from pregnancy, and all three Mid-South states are among the states with the biggest problems. Dr. Danielle Tate from our high risk obstetrics program shared some insight into this issue both with Live at 9 and the attendees at yesterday’s special symposium in Memphis titled, “Maternal Health and Infant Mortality in Memphis: A Local & Congressional Discussion.
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By Theresa Woodard, MD, internal medicine practitioner at Harbor of Health The temptation to use artificial sweeteners is easy to understand: They have way fewer calories than sugar – in some cases zero calories – but still sweeten everything from your morning coffee to the baked goods, yogurts, diet sodas, etc. you buy at [...]
Regional One Health Foundation hosted the ONE Night gala Saturday, April 13, 2019 at the Memphis Cook Convention Center. This year's ONE Night gala, organized by co-chairs Suzana Lightman and Jennifer Hobson, was a successful evening of fun and philanthropy. The gala, which is the foundation’s largest annual fundraiser, welcomed approximately 900 [...]
Regional One Health is empowering patients in an underserved Memphis neighborhood to take charge of their well-being
In underserved neighborhoods across America, accessing health care can be an insurmountable challenge, compounding chronic conditions as patients put off doctor visits and skip medications. Regional One Health is taking the lead in addressing that reality in South Memphis, and patients are benefiting from not only convenient access to providers and medications, but relationships [...]