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Study: Many Hispanic/Latino adults in the U.S. are at high risk for heart attack or stroke

Study: Many Hispanic/Latino adults in the U.S. are at high risk for heart attack or stroke

First Edition: October 4, 2012

First Edition: October 4, 2012

Mexican-Americans with ancestral links have higher insulin resistance levels

Mexican-Americans with ancestral links have higher insulin resistance levels

California school rationing leads to overall less calorie consumption in kids

California school rationing leads to overall less calorie consumption in kids

MD Anderson develops series of food plate worksheets on nutrition and cancer prevention

MD Anderson develops series of food plate worksheets on nutrition and cancer prevention

Web-based decision guide reduces uncertainty about breast cancer prevention options

Web-based decision guide reduces uncertainty about breast cancer prevention options

BCBSF Foundation announces winners of 2012 Sapphire Award

BCBSF Foundation announces winners of 2012 Sapphire Award

Obama and Gingrich differ on embryonic stem cell research

Obama and Gingrich differ on embryonic stem cell research

APMA encourages 'Knock Your Socks Off' foot care campaign for people with diabetes

APMA encourages 'Knock Your Socks Off' foot care campaign for people with diabetes

Einstein health expert plays an important role in development of U.S. News 'Best Diets' rankings

Einstein health expert plays an important role in development of U.S. News 'Best Diets' rankings

Experts urge McDonald’s to stop marketing junk food to kids

Experts urge McDonald’s to stop marketing junk food to kids

New CDC data on World Asthma Day highlights importance of air quality standards

New CDC data on World Asthma Day highlights importance of air quality standards

New CDC data: Arthritis affects 3.1 million Hispanics in the U.S.

New CDC data: Arthritis affects 3.1 million Hispanics in the U.S.

State roundup: Minn. Medicaid expansion, Mass. health costs, Calif. free clinic

State roundup: Minn. Medicaid expansion, Mass. health costs, Calif. free clinic

Six new experts join National Biodefense Science Board

Six new experts join National Biodefense Science Board

New national strategy to end tobacco addiction

New national strategy to end tobacco addiction

City and State officials, AHHE leaders to discuss quality of care for Hispanics

City and State officials, AHHE leaders to discuss quality of care for Hispanics

CDC: Hispanics more likely to have HIV than whites, but live longer

CDC: Hispanics more likely to have HIV than whites, but live longer

Louise A. Villejo recognized with 2010 Julie and Ben Rogers Award for Excellence in Education

Louise A. Villejo recognized with 2010 Julie and Ben Rogers Award for Excellence in Education

Four areas that impact weight, obesity in women identified

Four areas that impact weight, obesity in women identified