Health & Fitness

La diabetes es un problema urgente de salud en la comunidad latina. Con tasas dos veces más altas que las de los no latinos, es crítico ofrecer información a la comunidad latina sobre la gravedad de la enfermedad, sus factores de riesgo y las formas para controlar la diabetes, retrasarla o prevenirla, en el caso de aquellos que están en alto riesgo.

Latino Health Access (LHA) is an award winning, non-profit, 501c3 organization that was established in 1993. The center was created to assist with the multiple health needs of Latinos in Orange County.

Salud Latina/Latino health has developed one of the most diverse libraries with information about Latinos services and research. The organization has also created tools to access the appropriateness of culturally sound health education and promotional material.

Zumba Classes on a nightly basis in East Los Angeles, Montebello, Pico Rivera, Downey adjacent areas.

Since 1984 Casa Esperanza, Inc. has pioneered the development and delivery of primary care, mental health and substance abuse recovery services by and for the Latino community, establishing a trusted treatment environment and a welcoming recovery support network.

We are committed to providing you with convenient, compassionate and timely medical care — and at an affordable price! Our board-certified doctors treat a variety of non-life threatening common illnesses and injuries, including coughs, colds, flus, cuts, lacerations, sprains, strains, broken bones, minor infections, eye injuries, etc. We offer an excellent alternative to emergency rooms, with much less wait times and significantly reduced costs. In addition, Brea Urgent Care also offers comprehensive treatment of work-related injuries, with a staff that has significant experience in dealing with employers and insurers. We are committed to returning injured workers to the workplace as quickly and safely as possible.

Our organization, HispanicAmerican Health Network, through its websites in English and Spanish, is on a mission to accomplish the dual goals of better educating our community regarding their health and also motivating them to take personal responsibility for their own health condition and thus seek proper medical advice and wellness care for themselves as well as for all members of their families in the USA, and our websites serve as our most useful resource to attain these objectives.

HAAMA's goal is the organization of qualified physicians, scientists and community activists who meet to promote the study, research, education, and care of Allergic and Immunologic diseases related to the Hispanic population. todo sobre el embarazo, tu bebe, fertilidad, salud y crianza de tus hijos. Ademas de consejos y herramientas como un buscador de nombres, calendario de embarazo, calendario de ovulacion, entre otros, con tu membresia gratis en el Club Todobebe puedes crear tu pagina personal con tus fotos, videos, diario o blog en MiTodobebe, conversar en los foros, en fin tener un lugar donde podrias conocer a otras personas que quieren ser padres o formar una familia.

La Clinica del Pueblo is a non-profit, federally qualified health center that serves the Latino and immigrant populations of the Washington, DC metro area. Our mission is to provide culturally appropriate health services to persons in the Latino community regardless of their ability to pay.

LHA programs promote the improvement on quality of life and health for uninsured, and under-served families; this goal is achieved through quality preventive services and educational programs, with emphasis in full participation of individuals in decisions affecting their health.

Boston Latino Health Services Organization

Using the Promotor(a) model, Migrant Health Promotion provides culturally-appropriate health education and outreach and sustainable community development to farmworker, migrant, border, and/or other underserved or isolated communities throughout the nation. Through increased knowledge and skill building, individuals and families will be empowered to live healthy lives.

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Hablamos Juntos means "We speak together." Hablamos Juntos is a project funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and administered by the UCSF Fresno Center for Medical Education & Research, a major educational and clinical branch of the UCSF School of Medicine. UCSF Fresno represents a unique medical education and physician training program that is a model for community and university partnership. Since its inception 30 years ago, UCSF Fresno has graduated approximately 60 resident physicians annually in one of seven specialties, totaling more than 2,000 to date. UCSF Fresno faculty and medical residents also care for the overwhelming majority of the area's underserved populations at partner hospitals and clinics.

eMAPA is a University of Texas Research Study on Ethnic Midlife Women and Physical activity being conducted by Dr. Eun-Ok Im, PhD, MPH, RN, CNS, FAAN. We are recruiting Hispanic midlife women to visit our Project Website and complete the online survey. Participants will be reimbursed with a $10.00 Target gift certificate. Visit our Project website to begin the survey and find more information. If you have any questions, please email Chelsea McPeek, Research Assistant,

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