Éxito! Latino Cancer Research Leadership Training is a program of the Institute for Health Promotion Research (IHPR) at UT Health San Antonio to offer an annual summer institute and internships to increase the number of Latinos who pursue a doctoral degree and a career researching Latino health disparities. Learn more here.
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Disparities in chronic disease, injury, and premature death contribute to worse health outcomes, decreased productivity, and increased direct and indirect healthcare costs for minority racial/ethnic populations and people with low socioeconomic status.
When it comes to enrolling and graduating Latinos, public colleges and universities in most states are failing, according to new research by The Education Trust.
Texas is one of five states that allows non-security school employees to carry firearms in schools—with permission and training.
With 80 hours of training, these armed school employees are known as school marshals.
Some kids witness domestic violence or murder. Some see loved ones hurt in accidents.