Written by Julie Poppen
Boulder, Colorado - The mystery of why health outcomes deteriorate the longer Hispanic immigrants are in the U.S. cannot be blamed on America’s fast food culture alone.
A new study detailing diagnoses and the prevalence of HIV among Latinos in the United States tells how the disease has risen among men who have sex with men and details the rates of infections among Latino millennials.
With global reports from respected international organizations like the World Economic Forum and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development showing U.S. youth behind their international counterparts in educational prowess, public-private partnerships in America are accelerating efforts to close the nation's skills gap and improve health and fitness among the 88 million children and young adults under 20.
By Gabriel R. Sanchez, Francisco I. Pedraza and Edward D. Vargas
Memorial Hospital of Rhode Islanddoctor Roberta Goldman, PhD, was part of a team of researchers whoconducted a study on Hispanic childhood obesity. The study is titled"Reducing Hispanic Children's Obesity Risk Factors in the first 1, 000Days of Life: A Qualitative Analysis," was published in the most recentissue of the Journal of Obesity.