According to two recently published twin studies there are “significant differences” in the physical and behavioral health of individuals within three major Latino subgroups in the United States.
Today, studies show being bilingual benefits your brain functions for life, and some researchers believe bilingualism can even help prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
Cancer has surpassed heart disease to become the leading cause of death among Hispanics in the United States, according to an American Cancer Society report released Monday.
According to a new study published Tuesday, Mexican immigrant mothers performed better on some measures of parenting than white mothers did.
President Obama retains a wide lead among Latino voters over Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, but lingering questions remain about how many will show up to vote on Election Day.
The Democratic Party unveiled its formal 2012 platform on Monday night, and it is heavy on broad philosophical strokes about the direction in which the party wants to take the country, short on policy specifics.
UC Davis MIND Institute released this week a study comparing the development of Hispanic and non-Hispanic children and found a higher percentage of Hispanic children often have undiagnosed developmental delays, or autism.
According to surveys conducted by AARP, Hispanics over the age of 50 want candidates to address issues related to the future of Social Security and Medicare.
A man who had been fired from an apparel importer in the shadow of the Empire State Building shot and killed a former co-worker on Friday morning
Hispanics feel obesity and lack of exercise are the biggest issues affecting children in their communities, according to results from the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health.
Latina adolescents must not only deal with typical teenage problems, they must also navigate the role of their ethnicity in their identity. Their rates of depression and suicide are high.
Has Mitt Romney, the U.S. Republican Party’s candidate for November’s presidential elections, given up hope of boosting his dismal standing among U.S. citizens of Latin American extraction?
Latinos are making progress but still face challenges in the labor force, in education, and in health care.
The system is already short of foster parents. The amount of Latino foster parents is even smaller. There’s a crucial need and hope to raise awareness about the situation.