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The Summer issue of Shine! Health News from Vecino Health Centers is available to view and download in English and Spanish. You’ll find four ways to keep your kids active this summer and more!
In order to be effective and present for your children, it is imperative that you find the means and tools to take care of yourself emotionally, as well as physically.
Celebrate families, find out the benefits of sleep, and learn why time outdoors is good for your health! Available in English and Spanish.
Getting regular check-ups can prevent small problems from becoming big problems.
Sadly, gun violence is more often in the news than we would like. With the recent event at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, it can be a scary time for both adults and children. Counting on the support of relatives, family, and community helpers can make difficult times more...
In celebration of National Nutrition Month, Dr. Enjoli Benitez is sharing her favorite lentil soup recipe! You'll find it and more in the first issue of Shine! Health News from Vecino Health Centers. It is available to view and download now in English and Spanish.
You're pregnant, congratulations! Now what? Here are a few things you can start doing right away. Make an appointment for prenatal care One of the best things you can do for the health of you and your baby is to start getting prenatal care. Prenatal care is the care...
Prediabetes is preventable and reversible. Here’s how to know if you and your loved ones are at risk.
If you are pregnant, discussing the vaccination with your prenatal care provider before getting it is always recommended.
Should I get vaccinated if I’m pregnant? What if I’ve already had COVID-19 and recovered? What are the side effects? The doctors at Vecino Health Centers provide answers to these and other common questions.
Vecino’s medical providers and licensed professionals on the counseling staff can treat many common conditions for adults and children through telehealth.
Vecino Health Centers provides comprehensive screening, testing (with same-day results) and follow-up to people experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or who have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for the virus.
Research shows that babies of mothers who do not get prenatal care are more likely to have a low birth weight, which may cause health problems.
It’s natural to feel stressed, anxious, and overwhelmed during these uncertain times. Here are three tips for coping from the licensed professionals in the counseling department.
Congratulations on becoming a father! Being a new dad will probably be one of the most exciting – and sometimes scary – events of your life. While parenting is not always easy, with a little guidance, support, and trial and error, you will adjust to fatherhood in no...
Help your spouse, partner, father, brother, uncle, other relatives, and friends live long and healthy lives by encouraging them to get regular medical checkups.
Most patients can get all of their prenatal care services right at Vecino’s Denver Harbor Family Clinic, including ultrasounds.
Vecino Health Centers’ outdoor screening for people who are determined to be potentially at risk for COVID-19 is available—by appointment—at the Denver Harbor Family Clinic location*. Call 713-674-3326 to make an appointment.Call 713-674-3326 before coming to the...
Here are four myths about pregnancy and prenatal care that every mom-to-be should know.
When your child is sick with the flu or a broken bone, one of the first things you do is bring them to the doctor. But did you know it is just as important to bring your child to the doctor when they are healthy?
Learning that you have an abnormal pap smear can be scary. What other tests will I have to go through? Will I need treatment? As if these worries weren't enough, women with abnormal pap smears are usually sent to a specialist across town for inconvenient and...