Although significant advancements in early detection and treatments have reduced the overall mortality rate, not all racial groups have benefitted equally. The incidence of late-stage diagnosis and overall mortality remains higher among certain minority groups, especially Black women.
National Pharmacy Week, which took place from October 16-22, is an annual observance that acknowledges the invaluable contributions that Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians make to patient care in traditional pharmacy settings.
For many children and families, Halloween is a celebration filled with spooky fun. If your Halloween includes traditional trick-or-treating, please consider these simple tips from Fidelis Care to help ensure a safe and healthy experience for everybody.
About 12%, or 1 in 8, women in the United States will develop breast cancer during their lifetime. It is the second most common cancer among U.S. women, behind skin cancer.
In response to the polio state disaster emergency, Fidelis Care urges our unvaccinated members to get immunized to protect yourself from this serious disease.