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Struggles of Being a Latino Vegetarian

Struggles of Being a Latino Vegetarian

Struggles of Being a Latino Vegetarian by Jenifer Calle Soon it’ll be the holidays which means a lot of delicious food will bring family and friends together. But if you’re a vegetarian, you might be a little apprehensive about these social gatherings. Here

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Latinas more likely to die at the hands of jealous lovers

Latinas more likely to die at the hands of jealous lovers

Latinas more likely to die at the hands of jealous lovers Latinas with abusive, jealous novios, ex-novios (boyfriends) or husbands be warned — you have a higher than likely chance of dying at the hands of that guy who says

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Child Obesity Report Scary for Latinos

Child Obesity Report Scary for Latinos

Child Obesity Report Scary for Latinos By Ken Stone More than a third of fifth-, seventh- and ninth-graders in San Diego County public schools were considered to be overweight or obese in the 2014-15 academic year, according to a report released

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Latino Leukemia Patients Finding Fewer Donors

Latino Leukemia Patients Finding Fewer Donors

Latino Leukemia Patients Finding Fewer Donors by Cristian Benavides  As 45-year old Maritza Mendez, a single mother of one and an Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia patient, waits for a potentially life-saving bone marrow transplant she is trying to beat the clock and

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Latino Group Creates Guide For Sexual Health

Latino Group Creates Guide For Sexual Health

Latino Group Creates Guide For Sexual Health by Victoria Moll-Ramírez Many Latinas and Latinos are not accessing the resources out there to ensure they get regular checkups related to their sexual and reproductive health. But several leading organizations want Hispanics

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When You Don’t Speak The Same Language As Your Child’s Doctor

When You Don’t Speak The Same Language As Your Child’s Doctor

By Ana B. Ibarra California Healthline When You Don’t Speak The Same Language As Your Child’s Doctor When Margarita Ruiz takes her children to the doctor’s office, she has no choice but to trust that nurses and front desk staff

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Tradiciones y Rituales Para el Mejor Año de tu Vida

Tradiciones y Rituales Para el Mejor Año de tu Vida

(Featured Photo: Profesora Venus y su Ritual Para Año Nuevo / YouTube) Por: Joaquin Antonio Siraitare Silver Estas tradiciones te traerán abundancia, prosperidad, salud, suerte y armonía para el 2017: 1. Poner en un frutero de barro siete frutas distintas

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5 Facts We Haven’t Heard from The Gluten-Free Industry

5 Facts We Haven’t Heard from The Gluten-Free Industry

(A gluten-free fair is being held in Benicia, California. Featured Photo: Joe Lewis/Flickr Creative Commons) By Dr. John Douillard Gluten-free product sales are expected to be as high as 15.6 billion by the end of 2016, and with 28 percent

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Experts: It’s Not Too Late to Vaccinate for Possibly Strong Flu Strain

Experts: It’s Not Too Late to Vaccinate for Possibly Strong Flu Strain

More than 131 million doses of flu vaccine have been given this year, but there’s still time to get vaccinated before peak flu season hits, health officials say. (Photo by Lance McCord/Creative Commons) By Allie Bice | Cronkite News WASHINGTON

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Diabetes, Hypertension Top Problems in County Health Index

Diabetes, Hypertension Top Problems in County Health Index

A woman has her blood sugar tested. Diabetes was cited as the major health challenge in six of Arizona’s counties in a new national study. (Photo by Marcelo Camargo, Agencia Brasil/Creative Commons) By Allie Bice | Cronkite News WASHINGTON – Diabetes, hypertension and

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