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#SaludTues Tweetchat 10/4: Latinas and Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is still the No. 1 killer of U.S. Latinas. To celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October and Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct....

Join Us for Public Unveiling of the Salud Report Card!

Get ready! On Oct. 5, Salud America! will launch a free online tool where people can select their own county and get customized data on...

Webinar: Kidney Disease and Latinos

Latinos have an unfortunate relationship with kidney disease. U.S. Latinos have an increased risk of developing chronic kidney disease because of their high rates of...

10 Futuristic Ways Latinos Seek Health Care

Latinos are the U.S. population most likely to skip health care due to cost. But there's some good news. Latinos are also more likely to be...

Study: Latinos with HIV at Higher Risk for Obesity, Diabetes

Latinos receiving life-saving, anti-retroviral treatment for HIV are at greater risk for heart disease, diabetes, and other issues as they age, according to a...

Dr. Amelie Ramirez Wins Latino Health Research Award

Dr. Amelie G. Ramirez, an internationally recognized expert in health disparities research, has received the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Distinguished Lecture on...

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