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City Leader Rey Saldaña Helps At-Risk Latinos Learn to Swim

When he was a kid, Rey Saldaña couldn’t swim. His family couldn’t afford lessons. So Saldaña was a little scared as he and his second-grade classmates walked into a chlorine-smelling aquatic center to learn how to swim as part of ...
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U.S. City to Give Residents $500/Month Income, No Strings Attached
At times, almost all families need a little help with money. Providing that help is the idea behind "universal basic ...
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#SaludTues Tweetchat 1/23: How to Fight Cervical Cancer among Latinas
Latinas have some good trends—and bad trends—when it comes to cervical cancer. The Latina cervical cancer rate ...
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CHIP Benefits More than Half of All Kids in 15 States
The importance of quality healthcare is essential to obtaining a better education, achieving sustained professional success, ...
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San Antonio Becomes 1st Texas City to Raise Tobacco Sale Age to 21
The San Antonio City Council voted 9-2 today to approve a measure to raise the tobacco sale age from 18 to 21 within the ...
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20 State Profiles on Drinking Water Access and Quality in Schools & Child Care Centers
Access to free drinking water is not a given in schools and child care centers, although it is a key strategy to build ...
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#SaludTues Tweetchat 1/16/18: Making Latinos Healthier in 2018
It’s a brand-new year, as 2018 is here! If you are like millions of others across the country, you probably took some time ...