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Study: Immigrant Parents Read With Children Less

Study: Immigrant Parents Read With Children Less

By Katherine Leal Unmuth Latino Ed Beat A new study by researchers from Stanford University finds that “book sharing” is less prevalent in immigrant families, most significantly among Hispanic and Asian families. Book sharing was defined who read or share picture books with young children. The findings were based on data from the California Health

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Fact Sheet: Latino Childhood Obesity Rates Remain Significantly High

SaludToday While obesity rates may be leveling off for some, rates among Latino youth remain significantly high, according to a new fact sheet. The fact sheet, from Leadership for Healthy Communities, indicates that Latino children and adolescents are more likely to be overweight and obese than their White peers, due to limited availability of healthy

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Young Latino Preservationist Focuses His Lens on Miami Marine Stadium

By Steven Piccione Preservation Nation Younger generations are vitally important for the continuation of historic preservation. That is why we at the National Trust responded enthusiastically to a request from Ivan Robles, a sophomore at Miami Beach Senior High School, to share his photographs of the Miami Marine Stadium, one of our National Treasures. We

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