At CHI, we encourage our colleagues and our communities to exercise this important right through our My Voice, My Vote engagement campaign. You have a voice; you have a vote. Make sure your voice is heard by registering, becoming informed, and voting!
We’re raising awareness about the risk factors for breast cancer, encourage women to get screened, and raise money for cancer support and research. To help women stay informed, we've created the simple steps below to make sure that you’re being proactive.
From prevention to treatment to support, there is a wide network of information and resources available. To help men stay informed, we've created four crucial tips to consider—especially for those over the age of 50.
Being stressed out can feel overwhelming, like you're deep underwater. But, as a deep sea diver does, coming up to the surface slowly and purposefully can have a positive impact on your health. Here are a few tips on how to properly de-stress.
Sports physicals aren’t just a box to check off before school starts—seeing a primary care physician for a sports physical will help your kid play smarter and safer for the whole year. So, what can you expect from your physician?
Mental health is an important issue in all communities. That’s why for Minority Mental Health Awareness Month in July, we want to call attention to the disparity in access to mental health services and empower you to make a positive difference. Here’s what you need to know to make a difference in someone’s life.
“Please, help my mom.” That was the plea from
the woman at our office door. Larissa came to us
because she had heard about our social service
outreach to the elderly here in Belize, made possible
through a generous grant from the Catholic
Health Initiatives Mission and Ministry Fund.