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So, how can health communicators reach the right people with the right health messages?
Heart disease is the #1 cause of death for Latina women in the U.S. with nearly 21,000 deaths occurring annually among Latino women
In fact, studies show Latina women are prone to developing heart disease 10 years earlier than non-Hispanic white women!
New data suggests using e-cigarettes during pregnancy may be as harmful as using tobacco products, DW reports.
Children with step or half siblings are more likely to behave aggressively towards other children (over 30% of Latino children are in complex family situations),