YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Posted: Oct 29, 2010
The city of San Francisco along and community based organizations helped to organize a midnight basketball league designed to unite a divided neighborhood.
Black Voice News, News Report, Posted: Oct 28, 2010
Many African-Americans —because of a history of unlawful experiments and adverse reactions—avoid getting flu shots.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Oct 27, 2010
The AIDS virus accelerates osteoporosis—brittle bones—and other diseases of aging. HIV-positive patients need to get tested and take preventive actions.
La Opinion, News Feature, Posted: Oct 27, 2010
High jobless rates are taking a terrible emotional toll on construction laborers and their families, with six suicides in one L.A. union in the past two years.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Oct 23, 2010
Many parents in the Asian community worry about the effect that legalizing marijuana would have on their kids and communities.
La Prensa-San Diego, News Report, Posted: Oct 22, 2010
Many Mexican immigrants are uninsured, yet are far more likely than their counterparts at home to suffer from diabetes, mental issues, and other health problems.
Richmond Pulse, Video, Posted: Oct 19, 2010
Marksha Huey spent over a decade as a drug addict on the streets of Richmond, Calif., but after prison, she couldn't get clean in her hometown.
New America Media, Audio, Posted: Oct 15, 2010
A documentary about two mothers on opposite sides of an atomic bomb; where have all the deli's gone; and how distressed are you in this recession?
New America Media, Video, Posted: Oct 13, 2010
Restaurant workers in San Francisco's Chinatown have a high risk of injuries such as cuts and burns on the job, at the same time that they face a lack of health coverage.
New America Media, Audio, Posted: Oct 12, 2010
We've seen what eating McDonald's for 30 days will do to your health, but what about living on food stamps for one week?
GMANews.TV , News Report, Posted: Oct 12, 2010
As other countries in the Asia Pacific count their gains in the war against the tobacco lobby, the Philippines remains a haven for the cigarette industry and its millions of loyal patrons.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Oct 09, 2010
Minority communities could find health disparities reduced thanks to health care reform, but very few ethnic Californians know anything about the law, a new poll shows.
New America Media, Audio, Posted: Oct 08, 2010
This week on New America Now, a closer look at whether it's possible to be healthy on food stamps and a play about outsourced call centers.
Washington Informer, News Report, Posted: Oct 06, 2010
Congress created the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Oct 06, 2010
Ethnic physicians say health care reform, if properly implemented, could allow many minorities groups to access care. But the devil is in the implementation details.
New America Media/Northwest Vietnamese News, News Feature, Posted: Oct 04, 2010
Ethnic seniors in Seattle fear that medicine will prolong life beyond its natural limits. Many don’t want to talk about it, but others want to know their options.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Oct 01, 2010
New health-care "exchanges" will give small businesses and uninsured Californians a range of insurance options, from bare-bones to "Cadillac"
Black Voice News, News Report, Posted: Oct 01, 2010
Starting now, insurance companies will no longer be permitted to exclude children because of pre-existing health conditions.
Amsterdam News, News Report, Posted: Oct 01, 2010
George White was a regular 15-year-old who lived in Harlem. He went to a neighborhood party, and around 10:52 p.m., he was shot once in the torso.
New America Media/Northwest Vietnamese News, News Feature, Posted: Oct 01, 2010
Vietnamese, Latino and Somali seniors know little about Washington state’s 2008 law permitting doctor-aided suicide for terminally ill patients.