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How Healthcare Professionals Can Help Address Climate Change Health Effects

The summer of 2023 was one of the hottest seasons on record for some areas across the US, bringing sweltering temperatures that caused heat stroke and heat exhaustion. Experts see this as a prime example climate change endangering ...
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USDA Approves Big Changes to Improve Nutrition in WIC Food Packages
USDA has approved a final rule to improve nutrition and support breastfeeding in food packages in the Special Supplemental ...
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All of Us Data Sheds Light on Health of Young Cancer Survivors
Cancer is often associated with an aging population, but something is changing in the demographics of cancer survivors — ...
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Webinar: How to Make Your Voice Heard in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Treatment
Sadly, breast cancer impacts our Latina community. Latinas are more likely than White women to be diagnosed with ...
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EPA Draws Line Against PFAS ‘Forever Chemicals’ in Drinking Water
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is taking another step forward in its campaign against “forever chemicals,” ...
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Houston’s Latino Children Struggle with Diabetes, Health Challenges
Nearly one of every two people are Latino in Harris County, Texas, which is home to Houston, the nation’s fourth-largest ...
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The Critical State of Alzheimer’s and Dementia in Latinos
Alzheimer’s disease is a condition that impairs brain function and, over time, can cause memory, cognitive, and behavioral ...