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Tag Results for "Salud Hispanico"

Study Finds Minority Kids Less Likely to Be Diagnosed, Treated for ADHD

Finding points to possible disparities in care. Minority children are significantly less likely than their white peers to be diagnosed or treated for attention-deficit/hyperac continue reading »

Exercise Alone May Help Those With Type 2 Diabetes

Small study found it helped even if no other lifestyle changes were made. Exercise benefits people with type 2 diabetes even if they don't make any other lifestyle or diet continue reading »

Plan B Contraceptive Approved for All Females of Childbearing Age

No prescription is needed - The Plan B "emergency" contraceptive (levonorgestrel) has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration continue reading »

Study Finds Link Between Autism and Air Pollution

Pregnant women who live with smog at higher risk, but experts caution the finding is not definitive. Pregnant women who live in smog-filled areas may be twice as likely to have children with autism, a new study suggests. continue reading »

Diabetes Risk May Rise If You Routinely Skip Breakfast

Overweight women who ate morning meal had lower blood sugar, better insulin response in small study. Eating breakfast every day may help overweight women reduce their risk continue reading »

Dads Who Bond With Kids Help Keep Marriage Strong

Sharing housework also key, study found, as is open communication with spouse. For dads aiming at marital bliss, a new study suggests just two factors are especially important: continue reading »

STUDY: Hands-Free Devices Not Safe for Driving

They cause mental distraction that can lead to crashes, experts warn. Drivers who think hands-free devices for talking or texting are safer than handheld cellph continue reading »

Heavier Pregnant Women Tend to Deliver Prematurely

In large Swedish study, risk rose along with the mother's weight. Overweight or obese women who are pregnant are more likely to give birth prematurely, continue reading »

Tips for Healthy, Safe Summer Grilling

Enjoy outdoor cooking while keeping cancer risk to a minimum, expert urges. For many Americans, summer just wouldn't be the same without a backyard barbecue continue reading »

Poor Sleep Can Worsen Women’s Heart Issues

But lack of shuteye doesn't seem to have same effect on inflammation levels in men. Poor sleep appears to contribute to the progression of heart disease in women by raising their inflammation levels, but this effect was not seen in men, researchers say. continue reading »

Physically Active Jobs Tied to Unusual Amounts of Sleep

Study found these workers are often long or short sleepers, which may not be healthy. People with more physically active jobs tend to be either shorter or longer sleepers than average continue reading »

Worldwide, 4 Billion Have Untreated Cavities

Global burden of oral conditions increased 20 percent between 1990 and 2010, study shows. Billions of people around the world have untreated tooth decay, a new study has found. continue reading »

Minorities Harmed Most By Fast-Food Outlets Near School

Effects on weight, exercise seem to be magnified for black, Hispanic teens, research suggests. Black and Hispanic teens who go to school near fast-food restaurants are more likely to be continue reading »

Hispanics and Diabetes

According to national examination surveys, Mexican Americans are almost twice as likely as non-Hispanic whites to be diagnosed with diabetes by a physician. continue reading »

Kids Bullied in Elementary School More Likely to Self-Injure as Teens

There are no harmless forms of bullying, study warns. Children who are bullied in elementary school are almost five times more likely to engage in self-harm continue reading »

Unemployment Tied to Shorter Life for Less-Educated Women

Gap in longevity between better- and least-educated women is growing, study finds. Life expectancy among less-educated white women is decreasing while their better-educated continue reading »

Which City in the Fittest in America?

New report highlights healthiest metropolitan areas. It's a three-peat. For the third year in a row, the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro continue reading »

Study: More Alcohol Use Seen in Children’s Movies

But scenes with tobacco have dropped, researchers say. More movies approved for young viewers are showing alcohol brands, a trend that could influence teen drinking, researchers say. continue reading »

Univ. of Arizona Research Shows How Bilinguals Switch Between Languages

The study looked at 32 Spanish-English early bilinguals, who had learned their second language before age 8. Individuals who learn two languages at an early age s continue reading »

Latinas Support Hirono Amendments to Immigration Reform Bill

Health advocates applaud Hawaii Senator’s leadership to keep aspiring citizens healthy and productive - The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health continue reading »