Healthy Mama, Healthy Baby

Caring for your baby’s health starts long before you actually meet your bundle of joy. In fact, it can start before you’re even expecting! Following these tips to help ensure a healthy mama and a healthy baby. Get healthy before you conceive. Even before you get...

The Top Five Health Concerns for Men

Men are statistically more likely to die at a higher rate than women for the top 10 causes of death. The good news is that much of this is preventable. According to a Centers for Disease Control report, women are 33% more likely than men to visit a doctor in general....

Healthy Over 40

You’re only as old as you feel — and you’ll feel a little younger by looking out for your health. If you’re on the other side of 40, it’s time to start establishing new habits. Investigate your family history. Understanding your family medical history can help...

The Deal with Diabetes

A massive 100 million Americans are living with diabetes or pre-diabetes. That’s more than 9% of the population. Diabetes affects the body’s ability to make or properly use insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas that regulates the glucose, or sugar, in our...

Managing the Silent Killer

Most of us know that blood pressure is important, and that keeping your blood pressure under control is vital to your health. But do you know why blood pressure matters, and what specific role it plays? On average, your heart pumps over 100,000 times a day. With each...

Training for the Future: Medical student Tim Cho

Meet the Providers: Tim Cho In the “Meet the Providers” series, get to know our dedicated clinicians better, learn what brought them to Hope, and find out why they are passionate about serving the community. As part of his work with Hope, Dr. Imler’s medical students...