Diabetes is a major problem for Latinos, poll indicates

01/22/2014 | Drug Store News

Sixteen percent of responding immigrant Latinos and 22% of non-immigrant Latinos said diabetes is the biggest health issue that their families face, according to a survey by National Public Radio, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health. Researchers also found that 38% of Latino immigrants reported having a healthier diet in the U.S., while 21% said their diet is not as healthy.

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