6 edition of Latina health in the United States found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Marilyn Aguirre-Molina, Carlos W. Molina, editors.|
|Contributions||Aguirre-Molina, Marilyn., Molina, Carlos W.|
|LC Classifications||RA778.4.H57 L38 2003, RA778.4.H57 L38 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 651 p. :|
|Number of Pages||651|
|LC Control Number||2003006260|
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Latina Health in the United States: A Public Health Reader is a collection of articles drawn from journals and books published in the last decade about the health status and health needs of Latin American adolescent and adult females in the United States.
In the preface, the editors state that the goals of the anthology are to identify a num. Latina Health in the United States: A Public Health Reader is a collection of articles drawn from journals and books published in the last decade about the health status and health needs of Latin American adolescent and adult females in the United States.
In the preface, the editors state that the goals of the anthology are to identify a number of critical issues of importance and relevance to Author: Gloria L.A. Beckles. Latina health in the United States: a public health reader / Marilyn Aguirre-Molina, Carlos W. Molina, editors. Contributor(s): Aguirre-Molina, Marilyn | Molina, Carlos W.
Material type: Text Publisher: San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, c Edition: 1st ed. Description: xxxv, p.: ill. ; 23 cm. ISBN: Subject(s): Hispanic American women -- Health and hygiene | Hispanic. About The Latina Health Project and Boneporosis.
This website is a website about health challenges and injuries. The Latina Health Project produced the site as part of our mission to bring accurate and timely health information to everyone, regardless of sex or ethnic background.
In the United States alone, osteoporosis causes two million fractures per year, and costs society about $19 billion. The Indian Health Service, functioning under the control of HEW and the United States Public Health Service, began providing family planning services to Native American families in Instituting similar practices to those experienced in Puerto Rico, as many as 25% of Native American women between years old were sterilized by the s.
Common mental health conditions among Latinos are generalized anxiety disorder, major depression, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and excessive use of alcohol and drugs. Additionally, suicide is a concern for Latino youth. While Latino communities show similar susceptibility to mental illness as the general population, unfortunately, we.
Latinas in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia records the contribution of women of Latin American birth or heritage to the economic and cultural development of the United States.
The encyclopedia, edited by Vicki L. Ruiz and Virginia Sánchez-Korrol, is the first comprehensive gathering of scholarship on Latinas. There are some 15 million Latino/a children under age 18 living in the United States, with one in every four living in poverty.
What factors affect these kids—for better and worse. What can parents, teachers, politicians, and mental health practitioners do to help them grow up strong, confident, and successful?Price Range: $ - $ The United States has an explicit health care structural organization with defined roles of the provider versus the patient.
These roles often conflict with the structure Latina women are accustom to following. Medical decision making in Latin American countries often resides in the hands of the patient’s family. Language Use in the United States: [PDF | MB] Overview of Race and Hispanic Origin: [PDF | MB] Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: [PDF | MB] Income and Poverty in the United States: [PDF | MB] Census Bureau.
Hispanic American Health - A Guide to Selected Resources, Library of Congress. The Library of Congress >> Researchers Latina health in the United States: a public health reader. Marilyn Aguirre-Molina, Carlos W.
Molina, editors. San Francisco, CA, Jossey-Bass, c p. Latina Health in the United States: A Public Health Reader is a collection of articles drawn from journals and books published in the last decade about the health status and health needs of Latin American adolescent and adult females in the United States.
In the preface, the editors state that the goals of the anthology are to identify a number of critical issues of importance and relevance to. Latinas/os in the United States: Changing the Face of América. Edited by Rodríguez, Sáenz & Ménjivar.
The Latina/o population in the United States has experienced significant and rapid growth during the past decades. Consequently, they have become the largest minority group in the : Paperback.
Women of Color Health Data Book Daniela G., a year-old moderately overweight Latina, arrives as a new patient at a family practice in her Daniela came to the United States from Guatemala as a child to. work in the fields and orchards, a job she held until File Size: 2MB.
Clara E. Rodríguez As is befitting a book on Latinas/os at the start of the 21st century, the chapters in this volume reflect the contemporary panorama of Latinas/os in the United States.
Today, Latinas/os are the largest minority group. They accounted for 5% of the total U. population in. Like the original text, “Nuestros Cuerpos, Nuestras Vidas” honors the personal stories of women; however, it acknowledges that Latina perspectives on health and sexuality differ from those expressed in the U.S.
edition, and issues of cultural identity and politics, along with living between Latin America and United States, inform the health. The National Latina Health Organization Records include health education and workshop curricula, office files, surveys, conference materials, and newsletters.
The NLHO's programming for Latina health issues and their teen programs are well documented. There are also some records of the Board of Directors and a few financial records.
MORTALITY. As Table shows, Hispanics in the United States have lower age-adjusted mortality rates than both non-Hispanic whites and non-Hispanic blacks (Arias, Anderson, Hsiang-Ching, Murphy, and Kochanek, ).Inthe age-adjusted death rate for Hispanic men was perpersons, compared with for white men and for black by: Latinas and Sterilization in the United States This article appeared in the National Women's Health Network Women's Health Activist newsletter for the May/June Feature Article Surgical sterilization (also called “tubal ligation”) was introduced in the s and has become a very popular form of permanent birth control.
The Latina/o population in the United States has experienced significant and rapid growth during the past decades. Consequently, they have become the largest minority group in the nation. Latinas/os are a mosaic of people, representing different nationalities. Bilingual interactive Web site with information and activities for young Latinas and their mothers and other caregivers, to enhance self-esteem, mental health, decision-making and assertiveness skills, and to prevent the harmful consequences of alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drugs.Get this from a library!
Encyclopedia Latina: history, culture, and society in the United States. [Ilan Stavans; Harold Augenbraum;] -- In its four volumes, entries, pages and million words, Encyclopedia Latina explores every aspect of Latino life in America from a myriad of perspectives, spanning the arts, media.A team of expert academics and practitioners examines the life circumstances that impact Latino/a youth growing up in two cultures--their native culture and that of the United States.
What effect does growing up in an ethnic minority and perhaps in an immigrant family have on development? That is the overarching question Latina and Latino Children's Mental Health sets out to answer.