Hispanics Wait Half-Hour Longer in ER When Chest Pain Strikes

17/06/2022 06:00am | 69 viewsread more

My journey as a Hispanic bone marrow donor: Reporter's Notebook

26/11/2021 06:00am | 685 views

By Armando Garcia

Ethnicity could play a crucial role in finding a donor.

"I'm sorry, I think my veins are camera shy," I joked to the nurse who was having trouble finding the right place on my hand for an IV.

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Tackling Latino health, caregiving and housing is key as older population grows

02/09/2021 06:00am | 1186 views

By Laura Castañeda

Latinos were 8 percent of the older population in 2016 — but they're expected to be over 1 in 5 by 2060.

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There Are 5 Social Determinants of Health-Here's What That Means, and How They Influence Your Care

27/08/2021 06:00am | 1170 views

By Korin Miller

Your workplace, your social life, and the neighborhood you live in all have a powerful effect on your health. Taking these and other factors into account is what culturally competent care is all about.

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A mysterious condition threatens vision, especially in young Black and Hispanic women

24/08/2021 06:00am | 865 views

by Stacey Burling

A patient suffered headaches, a "swooshing" sound in her ears and spots in her vision.

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