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By Eric Moreno SaludToday Heart disease does not discriminate, but Latina women are greatly affected by it. Latina women are more likely to develop heart disease 10 years earlier than non-Latinos, according to the American Heart Association. Often, the…

By Cliff Despres SaludToday Significant differences in heart disease death rates exist among the three largest U.S. Latino subgroups, suggesting that combining these groups could endanger health for all Latinos, according to new data, Healio reports. The heart disease study examined death data…

SaludToday Latinos face higher rates of heart disease than other populations because of high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes, the American Heart Association reports. There’s a new free app to give peace of mind for those who have recovered…