Hispanic Health

HispanicHealth.info serves to provide extensive, accessible resources to members of our community in both English and Spanish. NHMA cultivates credible sources to ensure that the information we provide is accurate, reliable, and relevant.

I am a Patient

Credible and accessible resources for individuals, families, and general community members so that you can make the best decisions for yourself using the most up-to-date information

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Healthcare Professional

Research, trackers, and current data so that you can help your patients by utilizing the most accurate information available

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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives since it began in 2020. Research and guidance is constantly changing, which is why we’ve curated a collection of medically-vetted, up-to-date resources so that you can keep yourself and your loved ones safe.

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In 2018, Hispanic/Latino patients made up 27% of new HIV diagnoses in the United States. 61 out of every 100 Hispanic/Latino people living with HIV have received some HIV care, and 53 out of 100 were virally suppressed. Despite the stigma that HIV/AIDS carry, modern medicine has made it possible for people with HIV to live long, healthy, and active lives. 1

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A Healthy You Is a Happy You

Explore our research topics to learn more about living a happy and healthy lifestyle.

Heart Disease

Cardiovascular diseases are the second-most common cause of death among Hispanic/Latino people. Many of these issues are preventable by addressing behavioral risk factors such as tobacco use, diet, physical inactivity, and alcohol use.


Flu severity varies from year to year, but the flu always poses serious consequences. Deaths from pneumonia and influenza combined are the 9th leading cause of death among Hispanics.


There are many factors that contribute to obesity, some that we can control and some that we can’t. Regardless, obesity can increase your risk for many other medical conditions, including cancer, type 2 diabetes, and depression.


Diabetes is a serious condition that causes higher than normal blood sugar levels. Diabetes occurs when your body cannot make or effectively use its own insulin. Hispanic/Latino Americans are particularly vulnerable to developing type 2 diabetes with more than 50% higher chances of developing it in their lifetime.


Malnutrition can take many forms and as such presents a large-scale and complex problem across the world. It affects most of the global population, irrespective of location, age, wealth or gender. It is a truly universal problem.

HispanicHealth.info is proud to announce our partnership with Telemundo as a Spanish-language media partner.
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Explore HispanicHealth.info’s mission and purpose.

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