Minority Populations - Diverse Health

Indian Health Deal Goes to Man Linked to Accusations

by Seth Tupper | October 18, 2017
A company chosen to potentially operate emergency departments at four Native American hospitals [...] Read more

Research Looks at Why Alzheimer’s Strikes Earlier Among Hispanics

by ALICE MELÃO | October 16, 2017
Investigators at University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC) in Fort Worth want to [...] Read more

Environmental Injustices Threaten Communities of Color

by Dolores Cox | October 02, 2017
More than just torrential rains and flooding from Hurricane Harvey have put Houston in the spot [...] Read more
Faces of Sickle Cell: Include Us in Clinical Trials

Faces of Sickle Cell: Include Us in Clinical Trials

by Isabel M. Estrada-Portales | October 02, 2017
They ranged in age from 15 to 61—four African-Americans, all with stories to tell about their [...] Read more
Study: Hawaii’s Doctor Shortage Worsening

Study: Hawaii’s Doctor Shortage Worsening

by Associated Press | October 02, 2017
HONOLULU — Hawaii’s doctor shortage is worsening, except on the island of Kauai, a Univ [...] Read more

1 Million People Wanted for Ground-Breaking Study

by Lauran Neergaard | September 27, 2017
WASHINGTON — U.S. researchers are getting ready to recruit more than 1 million people for an [...] Read more

Summit Aims to Boost Black Infant Survival Odds

by LAURA YEUN | September 25, 2017
ST. PAUL — Even after 15 years, Ruth Richardson still remembers a prenatal visit to the docto [...] Read more
Tribe Moves to Dismiss Drug Patent Case

Tribe Moves to Dismiss Drug Patent Case

| September 25, 2017
A Native American tribe holding patents for drugmaker Allergan Plc on Friday moved to dismiss a [...] Read more
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