Alhambra Source, News Report, Posted: Oct 01, 2012
Chinese parents often have high expectations for their children, standards that can cause psychological issues and may lead to their children attempting suicide.
Alhambra Source, News Feature, Posted: Oct 01, 2012
24-year-old Olga Chinchilla struggles to raise her 6-year-old son Anakin who was diagnosed with autism at 22 months of age.
The NorthStar News & Analysis, News Report, Posted: Sep 29, 2012
Up to 37 percent of African Americans, mostly men, retain abnormally high levels of salt in their bodies as a result of daily stress.
Vida en el Valle, News Report, Posted: Sep 23, 2012
Valley Fever affects each of its victims differently. Here, one patient speaks out about how the disease has depleted her energy, weakened her immune system and scarred her lungs.
Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: Sep 21, 2012
Almost 70 Filipino nurses in a California hospital win close to $1 million in the largest settlement so far for a workplace language discrimination case in the U.S. healthcare industry.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Sep 21, 2012
Even before Congress passed the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act in 2010, Bakersfield City School District began taking strides to make school meals more healthy and accessible, while increasing student exercise programs.
New America Media, Op-ed, Posted: Sep 20, 2012
Why would we want to give sugar-sweetened beverages to our children, when studies have linked those drinks with obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and cancer, among other diseases?
New America Media/ Richmond Pulse, Question & Answer, Posted: Sep 16, 2012
A soda tax in Richmond, says activist Doria Robinson, could help steer the city back toward optimal health.
Environmental Health News , News Analysis, Posted: Sep 16, 2012
Studies show that few ethnic people who rely on fishing know of official warnings that fish they may catch is likely contaminated.
New America Media/ Coachella Unincorporated, Commentary, Posted: Sep 13, 2012
An organic strawberry recounts its experiences with the worker who harvested it, and her place in the wider organic food revolution.
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