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May 8, 2020

The latest jobs report reflects the never-before-seen depth of pain many of us, our friends, neighbors and family members are experiencing during this unprecedented times. As more Latinos get disproportionately impacted by job loss and COVID-19 exposure, several Latino…

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February 5, 2020

Thankfully, expectations were low last night for Trump’s State of the Union address — and he didn’t disappoint. The usual lies, misleading statements, narcissistic declarations and juvenile behavior was on full display. For those of us who knew Trump’s…

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February 4, 2020

Cancer is an unique disease in that there is hardly anyone on the planet who doesn’t know or has grieved or is grieving the loss of a loved one or friend to the unforgiving disease still daring researchers to…

By Eric Moreno SaludToday When it comes to smoking, there’s good and bad news for Latinos. The good: Researchers have long known that Latinos adults overall are less likely to smoke cigarettes than their white or black peers. The…

SaludToday  The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) is launching “Fresh Empire” a hip-hop themed anti-tobacco campaign targeted at Latinos and Blacks. “Unfortunately, the health burdens of tobacco use disproportionately affect minority teens – particularly African American and Hispanic youth,” said…

SaludToday Gabriel, a part-time student with no insurance, is an acute myeloid leukemia survivor. But he hadn’t had any checkups for nearly three years. Then he found LIVESTRONG cancer services, which help the uninsured with accessing medical treatments and…

By Diana Bejarano Latina Still Standing I know most mothers in general are usually very protective of their children – but there is something about a Latina mother and protecting her “ninos y ninas.” There is also something to…

By Diana Bejarano Latina Still Standing A Latina Still Standing survivor who beat the odds! For six months, while going through chemotherapy and radiation treatments, she woke up every day, rallied up the strength to go to work as…

SaludToday Latino patients reported significantly higher rates of pain, numbness, cognition difficulties, vomiting and severe sadness than non-Hispanics in a recent survey of 622 cancer patients awaiting appointments at three hospitals in the Bronx, New York City’s poorest borough,…