India West, News Report, Posted: Dec 10, 2013
Indian American heart surgeon and researcher Amit N. Patel has developed a way to use a patient’s own DNA to treat damaged heart muscles and arteries.
Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Dec 10, 2013
Gov. Deal’s decision will cost the state about $4.9 billion in 2022 according to a report from the Commonwealth Fund. Since the Medicaid expansion is funded through our taxes, Georgia taxpayers — and those from all 24 other states that plan to refuse the federal funding — will essentially be paying the Medicaid costs for people in the states that are willing to take the federal subsidies to expand the pool without receiving the same benefits themselves.
Koream Journal, News Feature, Posted: Dec 09, 2013
A new report suggests that tobacco continues its tight grip on the Korean American community, with a disturbing increase in second-generation female smokers, in particular.
Richmond Confidential, News Report, Posted: Dec 05, 2013
Richmond, Calif. councilmembers voted Tuesday night to expand its smoking ban to include the battery operated devices.
Sarasota Herald Tribune, News Report, Posted: Dec 05, 2013
Five years after the Great Recession scrambled boomers’ retirement plans, the key to their affording to get old is not their wealth, but how healthy and wise they are.
Hispanic Link News Service/New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Dec 05, 2013
As scientists learn to extend lives, they say the main goal is prolonging the period of healthy life—an aim of special interest to Latinos.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Dec 04, 2013
Multinational corporations are exporting processed food with high-salt content that is worsening health in impoverished countries.
La Opinion/New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Dec 03, 2013
Life-threatening cancer is not only for the old. But one young Latino’s quality of life is in his family, his bike and the aid of palliative care.
Coachella Unincorporated/New America Media, News Report, Posted: Nov 27, 2013
Hundreds of families in Eastern Coachella Valley, located about 30 miles south of Palm Springs, may have something to be thankful for very soon: health insurance.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Nov 25, 2013
A new report shows the number of uninsured children is declining, but there are still over 5 million uninsured kids in the country, and they remain disproportionately Latino.
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