Hispanic

The term Hispanic refers to people, cultures, or countries related to Spain, the Hispanidad, Spanish language, culture, or people. The term commonly applies to countries with a cultural and historical link to Spain, formerly part of the Spanish Empire following the Spanish colonization of the Americas, parts of the Asia-Pacific region and Africa. These are mainly countries of Hispanic America, Philippines, Equatorial Guinea and Western Sahara. In these countries Spanish may or may not be the predominant or official language and the cultures are derived from Spain to different degrees, combined with the local pre-Hispanic culture or other foreign influences. Hispanic culture is a set of customs, traditions, beliefs, and art forms that are generally shared by peoples in Hispanic regions, but which can vary considerably from one country or territory to another. The Spanish language is the main cultural element shared by Hispanic peoples.

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Cardiac rehab attendance lower among Asian, Black and Hispanic adults at all income levels, study finds

LiDAR Reveals Network of Pre-Hispanic Settlements in Amazonia

Archaeologists reveal pre-Hispanic cities in Bolivia with laser technology

Lasers reveal 'lost' pre-Hispanic civilization deep in the Amazon

CAR-T therapy effective in Black and Hispanic patients

Pandemic may have intensified U.S. workplace prejudice against East Asian and Hispanic colleagues

Uranium Is Widespread in U.S. Drinking Water, Study Finds | Uranium, which can harm human health, was detected in 63% of drinking water samples collected over a decade, with higher levels in Hispanic communities.

Pictograms are first written accounts of earthquakes in pre-Hispanic Mexico

Early dementia more likely to impact Black and Hispanic people in US

How one medical team is bringing COVID-19 vaccines to hard-to-reach Hispanic communities

New study finds fast-food companies spending more on ads, targeting Black and Hispanic youth

California Coronavirus Deaths: The Toll on Hispanic Americans

Losing nature impacts Black, Hispanic, and low-income Americans most

Black and Hispanic motorists are searched at higher rates than White motorists, yet contraband is found at substantially lower rates among Blacks and Hispanics. If police were to equalize search rates across races while maintaining the status quo search rate, they would increase contraband yield.

Adult obesity, inactivity associated with violent crime in Black and Hispanic communities

Black, Hispanic and Asian populations saw greatest rise in cardiac deaths during pandemic

Prenatal detection of heart defects lower in rural, poor areas and among Hispanic women

Asthma attacks plummeted among Black and Hispanic/Latinx individuals during the COVID-19 pandemic

Kidney cancer risks higher for Hispanic, Native Americans in Arizona

Asthma attacks plummeted among Black and hispanic/latinx individuals during the COVID-19 pandemic