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Diabetes in Hispanic Communities: Impact & Prevention

We all know someone living with diabetes, but what most people don’t know is that Hispanic adults are 70% more likely than their non-Hispanic white counterparts to be diagnosed with diabetes by a physician, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Diabetes can be a dangerous and

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What’s the Fuss About Fútbol?

The FIFA World Cup, Explained  The FIFA World Cup, the world’s most prestigious sports tournament, has just begun and will dominate international viewership for the next month, finalizing on December 18. The 22nd edition of the competition is being held in Qatar this year and is the first played in

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El potencial inexplorado del consumidor hispano

El motor de crecimiento de consumo más poderoso de la actualidad El pasado 15 de septiembre marcó el comienzo de la 54ª conmemoración anual del Mes de la Herencia Hispana, y, si bien es un excelente momento del año para subrayar la diversidad y vitalidad de la cultura y el

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Los hispanos: el motor de la fuerza de trabajo de Estados Unidos 

En años recientes, la población hispana en Estados Unidos no deja de romper sus propios récords. Con índices de movilidad intergeneracional en constante aumento, los hispanos parecen formar parte de la comunidad que mejor personifica la clásica idea del sueño americano: para los latinos, el trabajo duro rinde sus frutos.

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SUCCESS: Getting out the Latino Vote in Maryland

In partnership with the Maryland State Board of Elections, Cool launched a nine-week Hispanic outreach campaign to inform, promote, and motivate eligible members of the Hispanic community to vote in the Maryland 2022 Primary Election. Through community outreach, traditional media, special events, and grassroots efforts, our extensive campaign yielded nearly

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Hispanics: The Powerhouse of the U.S. Labor Force

The Hispanic population in the U.S. has been hitting major milestones in recent years. This community has increasingly embodied the American dream that hard work pays off, as they achieve intergenerational mobility at growing rates: since 2005, at least 29% of the real income growth in the United States has been generated by

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The Untapped Potential of the Hispanic Consumer

Today’s Most Powerful Consumer Growth Engine This September 15 marks the beginning of the 54th annual Hispanic Heritage Month, and while it’s an important moment of the year to highlight the vibrancy and diversity of the Hispanic culture and heritage, it’s also an opportunity to reflect on the Latino community’s

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Latinos and Health Literacy

One of the overarching goals of Healthy People 2030, a framework designed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, is to eliminate health disparities and achieve health equity for everyone. In order to do so, it is essential to understand the

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Mental Health in Latino Communities: Insights & Best Practices

Across the U.S., there is a mental health crisis—according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) one in five Americans have a mental health condition.  While issues such as depression and anxiety affect all populations, Latinos’ mental health issues are often related to certain lived experiences, including discrimination, cultural

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Latinos and Easter Celebrations

Spring is upon us and Easter is near! In the U.S., nearly eighty percent of the population celebrates the Easter holiday. Many associate Easter with a season of chocolate bunnies, children’s egg hunts, pastel colors, time off work, and increased attendance at church. In Latin America, 69% of adults identify

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