Ethnic children are more likely than U.S.-born white children to be sedentary, according to new research.
Minorities need to be educated about their risk of developing skin cancer. New research reveals that more awareness about skin cancer is needed for minorities, as they tend to believe that they are at a lower risk of developing it.
Researchers reported that diversity initiatives created to increase the number of underrepresented minority faculty members in medical schools do not work.
Researchers reported that racial differences might be tied to drug testing policies in the work place.
In a new study, researchers found that pregnant women who suffer from chronic stress have biological changes that leads to the dysregulation of the stress hormone, cortisol.
Minority children with autism are significantly less likely than white children to have received sub-specialty care or procedures related to conditions that accompany autism spectrum disorders, according to a new study.
The American Cancer Society reports that that cancer has surpassed heart disease as the leading cause of death among Hispanics, while heart disease still remains the number one cause of death among non-hispanic whites and African-Americans.
If you are shopping around for a dentist, you are probably looking for someone who takes your insurance, has a great online reputation and a good standing with the Board of Dental Examiners. However, if you have a family you might be inclined to look for separate dentists for you and your kids. You may want to consider going to a family dentist. In addition to saving you time, a family dentist’s office can keep a history of your brood’s dental records in one place. A family dentist will also be able to provide many different services, so you will not have to run around from clinic to clinic when you have a problem with your teeth. Children will be able to see their parents getting treatment in the same office in which they will be treated. You and your kids will get to know the staff and feel comfortable with them.