Women, especially women of color, are often dismissed and ignored by healthcare providers. Here’s what you can do about it.
Factores determinantes sociales de la salud contribuyen con mayores índices de obesidad de mujeres de raza negra, hispánicas y nativas estadounidenses. Y eso hace que el covid-19 sea más peligroso para ellas.
Obtén información acerca de los determinantes sociales de la salud y cómo estos aplican en lo que se refiere al cáncer de mama
Healthcare has long relied on technological devices, mathematical formulas and calculations to treat patients — but that can harm people of color
Nuevas investigaciones sugieren que el entorno y el comportamiento, no la genética, incrementan tu riesgo
Women in the U.S. are more likely to give birth early compared to women in other developed nations. What makes the U.S. different?
Delayed diagnoses, more aggressive tumor types and other healthcare disparities place Black women at a greater risk of dying from endometrial cancer compared to white women
Only 3% of U.S. dermatologists are Black. It’s a disparity that can have devastating effects for Black patients experiencing skin and hair care concerns.
No, Latinos Don’t Actually Have Less Heart Disease – a New Large Study Refutes the Longstanding ‘Latino Paradox’
For at least three decades, studies have shown that Latinos have better heart health than other people, but new research calls that into question
One of the experts from Oprah’s new documentary, “The Color of Care” discusses racism in the healthcare system and how it especially harms Black Women
We knew the US healthcare system did a poor job of serving women. The Commonwealth Fund Report reveals the situation is even worse than we thought.