Hmong Times Health
Our Hmong Times Health section delivers valuable information to the Hmong Community regarding pending health issues, ways to stay healthy, articles from medical professionals regarding health issues we all face.
Qhua pias/ua qoob (measles) yog ib yam kab mob uas kis tau yooj yim heev thiab pua tus menyuam yaus tau tuag txhua hnub nyob thoob qab ntuj vim tus kab mob no.
We’re only one month into 2019, and if you’re anything like me, all the New Year’s resolutions you planned to start the moment the clock struck midnight are quickly fading into distant memories.
Cov neeg laus uas muaj tej kab mob uas mob ntev mus yuav tsum tau mus txhaj tshuaj thiaj li noj qab nyob zoo.
Txhua xyoo, phav phav tus neeg laus nyob hauv Tebchaws Asmeslikas raug tej yam mob uas los ntawm qhov tsis mus txhaj tej koob tshuaj. Tej kab mob no muaj peev xwm ua tau rau koj mob hnyav thiab tau mus pw tom tsev kho mob loj lossis ua rau koj qhaj tsis mus ua haujlwm.
Since January of 2016, we have seen an increase of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR TB) in Minnesota. The increase in these rates is due to an MDR TB outbreak within the Hmong community of the east metro.
In the Hmong culture, it’s customary for women who just gave birth to complete a 30-day postpartum diet. Between being Americanized and progressive, it wasn’t appealing to me because the diet meant eating the same dish for 30 days; it sounded more like a punishment.
(StatePoint) According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), approximately 30.3 million Americans are living with diabetes, which affects people of all ages.
Since January of 2016, we have seen an increase of multidrug-resistance tuberculosis (MDR TB) in Minnesota. The severe increase in these rates is due to an MDR TB outbreak within the Hmong community of the east metro.
Youth e-cigarette use is up 50 percent since 2014.
Susan Pham had run a successful solo chiropractic practice for 20 years before joining the staff at Open Cities Health Center. After Thanksgiving, Pham moved to the Open Cities’ new location on Rice Street.
Over the past two years, an outbreak of tuberculosis (TB) has seen 17 Minnesotans actively infected. Six of the 17 have died, three directly from tuberculosis, the other three from other serious medical conditions.