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Latino children and their families learned how to manage weight gain and to live healthier lives during a three-year intervention.
Infants whose first poop lacks certain molecules are more likely to develop allergies by age 1.
People with certain blood types face a greater risk for blood clots, bleeding, kidney stones and pregnancy-induced hypertension.
Stroke survivors in poor neighborhoods are more likely to experience worse recovery outcomes.
Latinos of working age experienced more deaths from COVID-19 than whites the same age.
The FDA says the action should help save lives and will take effect within the next year.
Blacks and other people of color are more likely to suffer from psychotic experiences connected with social and environmental disparities.
The actors help debunk COVID-19 vaccine misconceptions in a new bilingual campaign.
Black and Latino kids attending schools with a greater proportion of white students experience a higher risk of mental health problems.
Older women who don’t sleep enough report a less enjoyable sex life than those who sleep well.
Several barriers to care affect when and how Latino kids receive an autism diagnosis.
Adults with financial problems in midlife may experience physical pain when they become older.
Stress from job demands and social interactions appear to increase women’s susceptibility to coronary heart disease.
New findings highlight factors that put Latinos at a health disadvantage.
Gender bias affects how people assess women’s pain compared with men’s, which may lead to disparities in treatment.
Fifteen years after detention, adolescents with untreated mental health issues still exhibited a disorder.
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