Hispanic mothers want to continue making their own infant feeding decisions and they want unrestricted access to infant feeding information, according to a recent national survey.
According to recent census figures, most babies in the United States are members of minority groups for the first time in U.S. history, consequently showing signs that Caucasians may no longer be the majority.
A nurse-led research study sheds light on the obstacles minority nursing students face and the resourceful strategies they develop to overcome them
How Hispanic nurses in South Chicago are addressing gangs as a public health issue.
Patient-centered, culturally sensitive approaches are the key to meeting the needs of Hispanic/Latino patients with dementia, diabetes and other clinical co-morbidities.
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