How Your City Can Fund More Active Transportation

Access to walking, bicycling, and other forms of active transportation can benefit Latino and all people’s health, safety, social connectivity, and quality of life. But many communities struggle to pay for sidewalks, bike lanes, and ...
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Joe Padilla: Bust Cultural Barriers to Improve Latino Men’s Health
Joe Padilla saw both sides of the coin growing up. His grandmother’s love led her to feed passersby. His uncle never ...
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U.S. Cancer Death Rates Decline, But Less for Those in Poverty
The overall U.S. cancer death rate fell 27% from 1991 to 2016, according to a recent study by the American Cancer ...
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How the Government Shutdown is Affecting Affordable Housing, Eviction
As the longest U.S. government shutdown in history marches on, Latinos and the most vulnerable people face losing federal ...
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Report: Junk Food Advertised More to Latino, Black Kids
Disparities in advertising for unhealthy food continue to target Latino and Black youth, according to a new report from Rudd ...
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#SaludTues Tweetchat 1/22: Companies Still Target Latino Kids with Unhealthy Ads
Restaurants, and food and beverage companies continue targeting Black and Hispanic consumers with advertising for their ...
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Mental Health Treatment Offers New Path for Latino Immigrants
Latinos are more likely than their peers to have mental health issues, which usually go unaddressed and untreated, according ...