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New Data Brief Reveals Characteristics of Uninsured Minority Men

A data brief released by the Office of Minority Health at the US Department of Health and Human Services during Men’s Health Month last June examined the characteristics of uninsured adult males by race and ethnicity, using the most recent data from the 2012 American Community Survey (ACS

New federal grants help minority infants in Utah

New federal grants help minority infants in Utah

Every newborn enters the world with the unlimited promise and potential of a life yet to be lived. However, alarming research conducted in Utah has revealed that all babies may not have the same chances, particularly those born to African Americans and Pacific Islanders.

Hospitals promise apologies

It is ethically right for doctors to report their medical mistakes, but they are often hesitant to do so in fear of lawsuits.

Closing the Health Insurance Gap

What nurses can do to help uninsured and underinsured minority patients get the care and coverage they need

Forgotten Heroes

Why is the nursing profession so reluctant to offer support when nurses are injured on the job?

A Policy of Caring

Whether you’re looking for a career change or just a different way to provide culturally sensitive care, insurance industry nursing can offer many rewarding opportunities

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