What Are the Main Health Issues affecting Latinos in the U.S.?

What Are the Main Health Issues affecting Latinos in the U.S.?

March 28, 2013

By Hope Gillette, Saludify Hispanics are one of the fastest growing minorities in the United States, representing more than 16 percent of the country’s population, according to the most recent U.S. […]

Guapura 101: Celebrating American Heart Month

February 6, 2012

By Dania Zarate, La Beauty Pie It’s officially February! Aside from celebrating Valentine’s Day on the 14, we get an extra day at the end of the month for leap year, […]

The Scary, But Serious Truth About Women And Heart Disease

January 3, 2012

If I told you that, every year, about the same number of women under the age of 55 die from heart attacks as from breast cancer, would you be surprised? […]

There’s No Pill To Replace A Healthy Lifestyle

November 29, 2011

By Jeff Kreisberg Earlier this week National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute issued new guidelines for testing cholesterol levels in children. They recommended all children ages 9 to 11 should be […]

Working To Prevent 1 Million Heart Disease Deaths

September 20, 2011

The “Million Hearts” initiative aims to prevent 1 million deaths from cardiovascular disease over the next five years. In addition to costing Americans $444 billion a year in medical costs […]

Latinas At Risk For Heart Attacks, Symptoms Are Different

August 23, 2011

More than 40% of women still don’t realize that heart disease is the number one female killer. One in 30 women’s deaths in 2007 was from breast cancer, compared to […]

Diabetics Should Also Watch Out For Strokes

May 12, 2011

Mr. Delgado had no idea that his recent diabetes diagnosis puts him at an increased risk for a stroke. But, as a matter of fact, stroke is the third leading […]