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En EE.UU., hispanos nacidos en el extranjero tienden más a morir de enfermedades cardiovasculares

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Según un nuevo estudio, los hispanos nacidos fuera de Estados Unidos que ahora viven en ese país tienen más probabilidades de morir a causa de enfermedades cardiovasculares que aquellos que nacieron en esa nación.

Los hallazgos sugieren que los hispanos nacidos en el extranjero […]

Chef gives Cuban classics a healthy twist

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Some of Ronaldo Linares’s earliest memories are in a kitchen.

He remembers at age 5 standing on a milk crate, peeling potatoes at his parents’ restaurant and nightclub in Medellin, Colombia. To keep him out of trouble, they also put him in charge of […]

Chef le da toque saludable a clásicos cubanos

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Algunos de los primeros recuerdos de Ronaldo Linares son en una cocina.

Se recuerda a la edad de cinco años parado en un cajón de leche, pelando papas en el restaurante y club nocturno nightclub de sus padres en Medellín, Colombia. Para evitar que […]

Saved with CPR, paralyzed airman keeps faith

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Ignacio Montoya and his father, also named Ignacio, won the visa lottery to legally get out of Cuba in 1997, when Montoya was 6.

His mother, Carmen, had died two years earlier from leukemia. After his wife’s death, Montoya’s father had no reason to […]

Statement is first to describe Hispanic burden of heart disease and stroke

Hispanic-Americans need a culturally tailored approach to improve their heart health, according to an American Heart Association statement — the first to describe the burden of heart disease and stroke among the diverse population with origins in Mexico, Puerto Rico, Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Central and South America.

A […]