Latino farm boy in poverty and food insecurity

Study: How Latino Youth Cope With Stress, Parental Separation

We know that children of migrant workers, who are predominantly Latino, grow up exposed to a high level of trauma, such as neglect, abuse, poverty, and low access to healthy food and safe places to play. Separation between parents and ...
#SaludTues Tweetchat 7/24: Walk 4 Change: Change Your Parks & Trails
Want to change your life? Walk. Walking can boost your health, the way you live, and your community. As a physical ...
Genetic Mutation
The Controversial Role of Genetics in Alzheimer’s Disease in Latinos
U.S. Latinos are 1.5 times more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease than whites. But the reasons for this big disparity ...
New: Healthier Generation Store with Amazon Business
Not sure if a snack food for your school or afterscool program meets federal nutrition guidelines? Check out the new ...
When Will You Die? A New Blood Test Might Tell You
The steady increase in human average life expectancy in the 20th century is considered one of the greatest accomplishments ...
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Pediatricians Host Spanish-Language Health Podcast
Getting Latinos to go and see a primary care provider is hard enough. Even when they reach a doctor, many families get ...
Colonias: A Public Health Crisis on the Texas-Mexico Border
Health problems plague the half-million people living in colonias in South Texas, U.S. News reports. Colonias are ...