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SaludTues Tweetchat 5/31/16: Bridging the Gap on Latino Health Disparities

The latest nation’s health report card finds that although advances have been made in important areas such as numbers of uninsured and infant death;...

SaludToday-Blog Has a New Look

As you may have noticed SaludToday has a new look! Our new design is more intuitive, mobile-friendly and more social than ever. Now, you can...

If Cancer Is in Your Genes Healthy Living May Offset Risk,...

Women with genes that are linked to breast cancer can significantly cut the risk for the disease by following a healthy lifestyle, according to...

Obese Mexican-Americans Under 40 at High Risk for Kidney Disease

Obese young adults in the U.S., especially Mexican-Americans, are at high risk of developing kidney disease, Health Day reports. "Even though chronic kidney disease typically...

Study: Eating Potatoes May Raise Risk for High Blood Pressure

Potatoes are an important ingredient in many popular Latino dishes, such as papas con carne, caldos and papas horneadas. New research suggests eating this popular...

La hepatitis C mata a más personas que cualquier otra enfermedad...

Los datos de los Centros para el Control y Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC) revelan que, en 2014, la hepatitis C mató a más de...

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