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Center for Health Policy Research-led study also finds that Hispanic women are twice as likely to have unnecessary treatment.
UCLA Center for Health Policy Research
May 28, 2015
Teni Adewumi, environmental justice research coordinator at Black Women for Wellness and FSPH Industrial Hygiene student, was interviewed by Think Progress & HuffPost Live about environmental health risks among hair salon workers.
Think Progress, HuffPost Live
May 21, 2015
BBC Mundo interviewed Dr. Alex Ortega in a news story on how Latinos living in the United States have longer life expectancies than non-Hispanic whites, yet deal with higher rates of poverty and health issues like diabetes and obesity.
BBC Mundo
May 20, 2015

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