Founded in 1973, the National Alliance for Hispanic Health advocates on behalf of the well being of Hispanics across the country, and over the years, they have created a number of resources that will pique the interest of public health experts and the general public. From their homepage, visitors can get a handle of some of their most requested documents, which include fact sheets on health issues in the Hispanic community, phone hotlines, and news updates about their latest work. For additional materials in this area, the “Resources” section contains reports titled “Gene, Culture, and Medicines: Bridging Gaps in Treatment for Hispanic Americans” and information about funding sources for those who wish to work on public health issues in the Hispanic community. As might be expected, many of the site’s resources are available in Spanish.


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