New America Media, Question & Answer, Posted: Jul 26, 2012
Dr. Michael Horberg, director of HIV/AIDS with Kaiser Permanente is optimistic in AIDS treatment, and can see an AIDS-free world.
New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Jul 26, 2012
There are no reliable estimates on how many children or passersby are inadvertently stuck by discarded syringes each year.
SF Public Press, News Report, Posted: Jul 22, 2012
San Francisco’s civil grand jury on Thursday chastised many of the city’s restaurants for profiting from surcharges they add to customers’ bills under the name of paying for health care, and recommended that the city ban the practice.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jul 16, 2012
California’s Paid Family Leave Act, marking it’s 10th anniversary, broke ground nationally, but too few immigrant mothers and caregivers know about it.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jul 13, 2012
Health officials in Washington have declared whooping cough an epidemic, but say it can be prevented by vaccines.
Alianza News/New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jul 13, 2012
New products for aging boomers and seniors took center stage at a recent Silicon Valley conference pushing against America’s “anti-aging” culture.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jul 12, 2012
Texas Gov. Rick Perry declined federal dollars connected to Obama's health care reform law, despite the state's high rate of uninsured.
Richmond Pulse/ New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jul 11, 2012
As soccer's popularity grows, residents in Richmond say there aren't enough fields to accommodate.
India West/New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jul 10, 2012
New-tech entrepreneurs met in Silicon Valley to show innovations from preventing arthritis degeneration to helping with eldercare for families of many cultures.
New America Media, Question & Answer, Posted: Jul 09, 2012
John Dau is a genocide survivor who returned to Sudan years later, with the mission of building health clinics for his people.
Korea Daily /New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Jul 09, 2012
As Korean elders in the U.S. increasingly find themselves isolated and dreading a “lone death,” some are “reverse immigrating” home to age with friends and family nearby.
Korea Daily/New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Jul 06, 2012
Korean elders in the U.S. increasingly find themselves without friends of family and dreading a “lone death,” such as Chun Cha Frank suffered during last year’s holidays.
New America Media, Op-ed, Posted: Jul 05, 2012
Getting adequate health care is a struggle for too many of us, and transgender people face a host of additional challenges.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jul 04, 2012
America may be in decline, but its fast-food chains are growing in Asia, as are the waistlines of those who patronize them.
Commercial Appeal, News Report, Posted: Jul 04, 2012
Our opinions on the ACA are in large part aligned with our political affiliations. But what if we put politics aside and tried to understand the law?
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jul 03, 2012
Advocates for Latina health and social justice can look forward to a transformation of our health care system.
India-West, News Report, Posted: Jul 02, 2012
A Pew study out last week says Indian Americans are the most educated of all ethnic groups in the United States, and the richest, as well.
Washington Informer, News Report, Posted: Jul 01, 2012
Despite efforts to quell the number of new cases, infections among heterosexual black women in D.C. have nearly doubled since 2008.