EGP/New America Media , News Feature, Posted: Oct 31, 2014
An acute problem among Latinos, shows a 2012 California State Hospice Data Report, is they are less likely than other ethnic groups to discuss the end of life issues.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Oct 29, 2014
Last week, 15 school districts across California began serving their students school lunches made from foods grown in California and prepared freshly just for them.
EGP/New America Media , News Feature, Posted: Oct 29, 2014
Although research shows that few Latinos prepare for death, one East Los Angeles man and his family faced his end with a courageous lesson for all.
UC Newsroom, Question & Answer, Posted: Oct 28, 2014
UCSF infectious disease physician Charles Chiu discusses the reasons for why this latest Ebola outbreak has spread so far and how it might be contained.
New America Media, Question & Answer, Posted: Oct 25, 2014
Unless Congress acts, federal funding for a program that provides health coverage for children in low-income families will end next year.
New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Oct 24, 2014
Experts call Sec. 202 housing the “most successful” program for low-income seniors, but the White House stopped asking Congress for funds.
Trumpet Media Group, News Report, Posted: Oct 21, 2014
As widely anticipated, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has given Nigeria the all-clear on Ebola virus transmission.
New America Media, First Person, Posted: Oct 21, 2014
For one young Indian American, taboos around depression led to years of suffering in silence.
Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Oct 20, 2014
It’s been less than a week since Misty Upham’s body was found at the bottom of a steep cliff in Washington state. The 32-year-old actress, who was Native American and a member of the Blackfeet Nation, was known for her recent roles in popular films like “August: Osage County” and “Django Unchained,” but also made her mark in memorable performances in “Frozen River” and “Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian.”
UC Newsroom, News Report, Posted: Oct 20, 2014
Sugar-sweetened soda consumption might promote disease independently from its role in obesity, according to UC San Francisco researchers.
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This is ridiculous. Shouldn't a so-called "undocumented" (read: Illegal) immigrant get their legal status sorted
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