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Hispanic Health News

December 2013 Archives

LatAm’s First Virtual Nutrition Training Center in Launched in Mexico

LatAm’s First Virtual Nutrition Training Center in Launched in Mexico

Mexico launched Friday the first virtual nutrition training center in Latin America, which will guide the work being done to correct "the problems of overweight and obesity that prevail among the country's childhood population." continue reading »

Diminishing Access to Women’s Health Care Continues in Southern Texas

Diminishing Access to Women’s Health Care Continues in Southern Texas

Isabel will not have any medical tests done in Texas because her doctor's bill is already $15,000. So she will cross the border into Mexico to see a physician. continue reading »

Huge Increase in Spanish Doctors Looking to Emigrate

Huge Increase in Spanish Doctors Looking to Emigrate

The number of Spanish doctors who this year have asked Spain's OMC medical association to certify their qualifications so that they may work abroad has increased by 36 percent compared to 2012. continue reading »

Mexican States Agree to End PEMEX Monopoly

Mexican States Agree to End PEMEX Monopoly

Seventeen of Mexico's 32 states have approved the energy industry overhaul passed by Congress as of Monday, allowing the measure to take effect. continue reading »

For One Young Latino, Cancer Means Never Give Up

For One Young Latino, Cancer Means Never Give Up

When Manny Perez rides his bike and breathes in the fresh morning air, he feels free, and does not think about anything -- not even the bone cancer he has battled with fierce determination and overcome, time and time again, since childhood. "Pedaling for 25 miles almost every day makes me feel better; it relaxes me," says Manny, who is 23. continue reading »