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Cars for the Family Focus Latina

No matter what vehicle you are driving your family is your most important passenger. How do you choose a good family car? Here are some cars that we recommend.

By Madelyn Miller, The TravelLady

 

Latinas Driven by Science

From mathematicians to scientists and educators, Latinas are reaching new heights in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), but more needs to be done. Meet four Latinas who are making a difference in opening the doors for the next generation of scientists.

By Margie Monin Dombrowski and Gloria Romano-Barrera

 

Joyce Giraud: Both Feet on the Ground
The latest addition to the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ cast—and the reality show’s first Latina—talks about keeping it real through helping others.

Community service and education have always been an interest for Puerto Rican actress, producer and philanthropist Joyce Giraud. Discover her journey to Hollywood and her commitment to helping others in this inspiring feature.

By Karina Flories-Hurley

 

Heart Disease, the Silent Killer
Simple lifestyle changes can prevent heart disease

According to the 2014 Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics by the American Heart Association in coordination with the National Institutes of Health, Hispanic women awareness regarding heart conditions remains lower than any other women categories. Latinas need to start paying attention to their heart at an early age, learn how lifestyle changes can prevent you from heart disease.

By Nilda Melissa Diaz

 

 
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