Hospital In El Centro, California Copes With Area's Rise In Coronavirus Infections

Latino, Black COVID-19 Death Rates Fall in LA County Due to Workplace Crackdowns

The decline in COVID-19 cases and deaths among Latino and Black people was caused by aggressive workplace health enforcement, said Los Angeles County officials.
Florida Volunteers Take Part In COVID-19 Vaccine Trials

Coronavirus Vaccine Trials Have Been Slow to Recruit Latino People

Coronavirus vaccine trials have become multi-billion dollar efforts, but they haven't recruited enough minorities like Latinos.
UNICEF study shows a third of the youth in Latin America and the Caribbean believe they are not at risk of COVID-19 infection.

Are Young People Less Likely to Catch Covid-19? One-Third of the Youth in Latin America and the Caribbean Think So

UNICEF study shows a third of the youth in Latin America and the Caribbean feel they are not at risk of COVID-19 infection.
Risks for Latinos in California From The Coronavirus

Risks for Latinos in California From The Coronavirus

Read on to find out about the effects of the coronavirus pandemic to Latinos in California and how the state is handling the situation.
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Erectile Dysfunction: A Warning Sign of Underlying Cardiovascular Disease

Study shows that erectile dysfunction regardless of men’s testosterone level can be caused by underlying cardiovascular disease.
Latinos Have Longer Life Expectancy Than Non-Hispanic Whites

Latinos Have Longer Life Expectancy Than Non-Hispanic Whites

A new study says Latin Americans have a lower rate of premature death compared to their non-Hispanic white counterparts in the U.S. regardless of being a resident of the country or not.
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Just How Dangerous is Lyme Disease?

Treatment and prevention against Lym disease that everyone must know.
When to eat and not what to eat, intermittent fasting practices and benefits.

A Quick and Easy Guide to Intermittent Fasting: is it Good For You?

When to eat and not what to eat, intermittent fasting practices and benefits.
Disparities in the Diverse Population of the United States of America

Health Disparities in the Diverse Population of the United States

The health disparities of minority groups in the US.
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Meet Natalie Aguilar: The Skincare Expert Behind Eiza González And Ana de la Reguera's Natural Glow

This aesthetician is providing everyday clients and a few famous faces with natural treatments to keep their skin healthy.

Sleep Disorders, Stress Causing Sleepness Nights for Communities of Color

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.

Language Barriers, Cultural Differences Complicate Surveying of Latinos: Report

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.
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SALUD: National Diabetes Month Offers Insight on Prevalence, Preventative Care & Management

National Diabetes Month is a 30-day period dedicated to discussing diabetes risk factors, preventative care and management for the sake of prolonging lives and promoting healthier living.
Smog and Air Pollution in Los Angeles

Poor Immigrant Communities Face Increased Risk of Cancer From Toxic Pollution: Study

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.
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Study Sheds Light on Reasons Why Latinos, African Americans are Less Trusting of Physicians

Emory University produced a study that offers a clearer understanding of why U.S. Latino and African American patients are less trusting of physicians than white patients.
Increase In Housing Starts At End Of Year Signals Housing Market Recovery

Job Stress is Killing the American Worker, Shaving Years From Lifespan: Study

Harvard and Stanford researchers published a report in October's issue of Health Affairs, which confirms that work-related stress is killing the American worker, shaving years from their life.
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