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By Carlos Valenzuela SaludToday Alzheimer’s Disease, a type of dementia that causes “problems with memory, thinking and behavior” affects more Latinos than Whites and other ethnic groups, but according to researchers playing brain games may delay the development of…

By Antonio Gonzalez LatinaLista Last month, the Organization of American States (OAS) held a special audience with the former prime minister of Spain, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, who, along with former presidents Leonel Fernandez of the Dominican Republic and…

By Stephanie Desmon Futurity Asthma patients who live near major Pennsylvania fracking sites are as much as four times more likely to suffer attacks than those farther away, a new study shows. The findings add to growing evidence that…

By Esther Canty-Barnes The Conversation On Wednesday, July 6, the four-year-old daughter of Diamond Reynolds witnessed the killing of Philando Castile by a Minnesota police officer. She and her mother sat in close proximity to Castile when he was shot. A…

By Andy Henion Futurity   Living around people with opposing political viewpoints may affect a person’s ability to form close relationships and accept other perspectives, a national study finds. It might also affect personality. “Obviously, Trump supporters exist, and Clinton…

By Cliff Despres Salud Today   More Americans are eating healthier, but a widening nutrition gap is separating Whites from Latinos and African Americans, according to a new study, the L.A. Times reports. The study, which examined 34,000 U.S. adults’ diets from…

By Katharine Keane Saving Places   When I Google “Edificio Jose Marti,” the all-knowing search engine generates few links related to the building I am researching: a building database with little more than the address listed, a 2008 “Miami…