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This podcast is a weekly production of Salud America!, the Institute for Health Promotion Research at The UT Health San Antonio’s media organization. This project aims to inform listeners of health inequities and trends impacting the Latino communities.

This podcast is a weekly production of Salud America!, the Institute for Health Promotion Research at The UT Health San Antonio’s media organization. This project aims to inform listeners of health inequities and trends impacting the Latino communities.
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United States

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This podcast is a weekly production of Salud America!, the Institute for Health Promotion Research at The UT Health San Antonio’s media organization. This project aims to inform listeners of health inequities and trends impacting the Latino communities.

Language:

English


Episodes

Breaking Tradition

9/11/2019
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Do you feel like your doctor knows enough about you? The cultural foundation of who you are? Dr. Daniel Carlos Hughes and his colleagues are doing just that in a case study revolved around how medical professionals heal their patients especially those with chronic conditions, better — holistically.

Duration:00:24:47

On Fire

9/3/2019
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It’s no secret that the environment will suffer at the hands of the climate crisis. What’s worse? Those changes are happening today. Dolores Belmares, Texas Field Consultant at Moms Clean Air Force, and Dr. Juan Declet-Barreto, a climate scientist with the Union of Concerned Scientists, discuss the issue that will determine the fate of the planet.

Duration:00:29:27

Episode 00 - Salud Talks

8/21/2019
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SaludTalks is a weekly production featuring discussions on health equity, public policy, culture shifts, climate change, and other subjects that significantly impact Latinos, and all Americans, today. The podcast is produced by the team at the Institute for Health Promotion Research (IHPR) at The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Duration:00:02:13