The Growth of the Latino Population is Slowing Down

Victor Landa August 9, 2017

By Cliff Despres, Salud Today (1.5 minute read)  While still on the rise, the annual growth rate of the U.S. Latino population has dropped from 3.7% in 2006 to 2% in […]

School Lunch Shaming: A ‘Hidden’ Type of Bullying for Latino Kids

Victor Landa July 11, 2017

Defunding women’s health clinics worsened Latina disparity in preventive care

Victor Landa July 10, 2017

The Senate bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, explained

NewsTaco June 22, 2017

*Vox has a very good summary of the Republican Healthcare plan. I share it because I’m a fan of bullet points. But also because it goes on to a lengthier […]

What is Health Equity and How Can We Achieve It?

NewsTaco June 20, 2017

*Everything is connected. Poverty is a health issue, education is a health issue. VL NewsTaco HEALTH TUESDAY By Eric Moreno, Salud Today (2.5 minute read)   Health equity can be […]

Study finds blacks, Latinos get worse care for neurological disorders

NewsTaco June 13, 2017

* NewsTaco HEALTH TUESDAY By Dave Lindorff, Salon (4 minunte read)  A pioneering study published recently in the Journal of the American Academy of Neurology has found that black and Latino […]

Do Apps Like Instagram Hurt or Help Mental Health among Latinos?

NewsTaco June 6, 2017

*What do you think? A pop-up that warns you when you’ve been on social media too long? VL NewsTaco HEALTH TUESDAY By Eric Moreno, Salud Today (4.5 minute read)   […]