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Study Finds Young Latinos 75 Percent More Likely Than Whites to Die of Cancer

02/08/2016 10:01am | 5536 views

Latino cancer patients aged 15 to 29 are much more likely than non-Hispanic whites to die within two years of being diagnosed, according to new research from the University of Colorado Cancer Center.

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More Latino Youth in California Are Checked in for Mental Health Issues

19/05/2016 11:37am | 5093 views

Mental health issues are tough, but they are even more difficult for the young and unprepared. There is an alarming rise in the psychiatric hospitalizations of Latino children and young adults in California, even compared to the youth of other ethnicities.

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Study Finding 61 Million Immigrants in US Ignores Declining Crossings Stats

11/05/2016 12:59pm | 4789 views

Almost one-fifth of United States residents are either immigrants or American-born children of immigrants, according to a study released by the Center for Immigration Studies.

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What College Education Means to a Latino

07/04/2016 06:00am | 4881 views

By Czarmecin (staff@latinpost.com)

Education among Latinos is getting better. More and more are earning a degree in college and the number of high school dropouts has diminished in the past years.

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SABOR: Professor, Author & Chef Lourdes Castro Explores Zesty Flavors, Educates Hispanics on Healthy Eating Habits

28/03/2016 06:00am | 5522 views

Lourdes Castro, professor, author and chef, has a profound understanding of superb food and energetic flavor combinations, which embraces taste and health. Her comprehension of dishes, such as Smoked Paprika Crusted Shrimp, Avocado Tomatillo Mousse and Braised Chipotle Chicken, is heightened by an unyielding commitment to nutrition, freshness and zest.

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Latin Post

Amplifying the Voice of Our Community

 

The Latin Post Company is a thriving Hispanic media company that seeks to serve the general Hispanic community in the U.S. as well as in the rest of the world.