Tuesday’s numbers

Tuesday’s numbers

NewsTaco September 27, 2016

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco The Latino daily subscribers get a daily dose of Latino numbers – about the economy, education, health, census, immigration –  in their inbox as part of […]

Latina Sex Sterotypes

December 9, 2013

By Latino USA For Latina women it can often seem like there are only two types of representation they see in the media. They’re either sexy and “spicy” or religious […]

Latinas struggle from Texas family-planning clinics cuts

November 15, 2013

By Hope Gillette, Saludify Approximately 25 percent of state-funded family-planning clinics in Texas’s Lower Rio Grande Valley closed after funding was cut in 2011, leaving a number of women, particularly […]

Hispanics Overcoming Barriers to Elders’ End-of-Life Care

October 29, 2013

By Gerardo Fernandez, Alianza Metropolitan News/New America Media SAN JOSE, Calif.–Maria Lacayo’s mother was diagnosed with dementia 13 years ago, and soon after with Alzheimer’s. Since then, Maria has taken care of […]

Young Latinos Are Feeling the Positive Effects of the Affordable Care Act

October 2, 2013

By Jose Aristimuno, Latinovations If you’ve ever shopped for health insurance, you know that the prices for adequate health care, whether for an individual or a family, are unreachable. In […]

Obamacare Spanish-Language Enrollment Website Delayed Until Mid-October

September 27, 2013

By Fox News Latino In another delay for the Affordable Care Act, White House officials quietly told Hispanic groups on Wednesday that the Spanish-language version of the healthcare.gov website will […]

What are curanderos in Hispanic cultures?

September 26, 2013

By Hope Gillette, Saludify Despite the push to visit Western doctors, receive preventative care and become knowledgeable about common ailments in the community, many Hispanics living in the United States still […]