According to an analysis of federal data by the ACL-CIO, the number of Latinos that died on the job in 2015 increased from previous years, even though the rate of workplace deaths nationwide did not change. According to KPCC, The report found 4,836 workplace fatalities nationwide, a rate of 3.4 people per 100,000. Among Latinos, […]
Latino men are less likely to visit a doctor or seek medical help until their health problems are so bad that they have no choice but to go. The reason why Latino men put off medical care is because of economic and social situations that make them believe that they cannot seek out help. Latino […]
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