Juan Ortiz, 34, came to the U.S. illegally when he was just 18 years old from Mexico in order to try and help his family get out of poverty. He is now a naturalized citizen and a third-year general surgery medical resident at the Riverside University Health System’s Medical Center in Moreno Valley (RUHS-MC). His […]
Many Latinos and Latinas do not get regular checkups related to their sexual and reproductive health, which needs to change in order for them to maintain a healthy life. The National Coalition for Sexual Health (NCSH) has teamed up with Latino and Latina groups to bring more awareness and improve preventative sexual health services in […]
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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