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While the rate of non-melanoma skin cancer is still highest among older male Caucasians, new research reveals that younger Hispanic Read More

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While not always socially accepted, tattoos are largely recognized as a safe and admissible choice as long as both the Read More

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An upcoming Supreme Court ruling will determine the legality of providing tax credits or subsidies to people in states that Read More

In spite of government programs meant to encourage people of color to become teachers, African-Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinos make Read More