Sleep inequality in a real issue in the U.S. The benefits of adequate sleep include improved memory, a longer life, stamina and increased creativity; yet communities of color are less likely than non-Hispanic white to get a good night's sleep, and more likely to suffer from disordered sleep.
Due to a number of factors, including cultural differences, sampling complications and language barriers, surveying the Latino community can be quite the challenge, according to a Pew Research Center report published Nov. 12.
The University of Washington has produced research, which found that approximately 3.5 percent of neighborhoods in Houston have the highest risk for cancer in the nation. The research also determines that toxic conditions are a threat to many poor immigrant Latino communities.