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Prenatal Problems

Pregnant? Don’t believe the hype about new genetic screens for your baby.



Flu Season 2015

A new viral subtype going around could make this year deadlier than usual.



20/20 Vision

Minorities are at a bigger risk for eye problems. When’s the last time you got checked?



The Best
Birth Control

Doctors now endorse IUDs as the best contraceptive for teens.


Bad Energy

Caffeine powder supplements sold online can lead to serious health problems.



New Year’s Resolution

Here’s why you may want to sign up for a yoga class this year.



The Diabetes Dementia Link

Getting diagnosed in your 50s isn’t just a danger to your physical health.



Donations Please

Bone marrow transplants are drastically needed in the Latino community.


Current Issue

We spotlight the key things Latinos need to know about their health.



A, B or O?

Did you know blood type can predict your risk for type 2 diabetes?



Connect the Dots

Can changing the way we think about calories help curb diabetes and obesity?



Russell Simmons Tells All

His journey to health and wellness began with serious health and lifestyle changes.

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