Hispanic people much are less likely to get cancer than non-Hispanic whites, but it's also their leading cause of death.
Considerable racial disparities exist in surgical outcomes for black and Hispanic patients undergoing major cancer and non-cancer surgeries in U.S. hospitals, even among institutions that have already enrolled in a national surgical quality improvement initiative.
Healthcare is just beginning to wake up to what marketing folks and the retail industry have been doing for years – focusing on the Hispanic consumer.
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.