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Hispanic Women Considered High-Risk Group for Pregnancy Related Diabetes

New research finds that gestational diabetes, or pregnancy-related diabetes, may not raise the risk of heart disease independent of other cardiovascular risk factors except in certain high-risk populations, such as Hispanics. continue reading »

Cervical Cancer - A Preventable Tragedy for Latinas

A staggering number of Latinas in Los Angeles County are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year and die from this preventable cancer at rates higher than the national average. continue reading »

Home Births Jump 20 Percent in 4 Years: U.S. Report

The number of home births in the United States has jumped 20 percent in recent years, a new government study shows. Researchers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention evaluated data from birth certificates for more than 4 million live births registered in the United States in 2008 and in previous years. continue reading »

Hispanic Women Sought for Medical Research Sponsored by Northwestern

Northwestern University is reaching out to Hispanic women in Illinois to encourage them to participate in local medical research, where their input is needed. continue reading »

Go Red ‘Por Tu Corazon’ Helping to Fight Heart Disease Amongst Latinas

The American Heart Association’s (AHA) Go Red Por Tu Corazón is a bilingual heart-health movement for Latinas that is dedicated to raising awareness of heart disease continue reading »

Go Red ‘Por Tu Corazon’ Helping to Fight Heart Disease Amongst Latinas

The American Heart Association’s (AHA) Go Red Por Tu Corazón is a bilingual heart-health movement for Latinas that is dedicated to raising awareness of heart disease continue reading »