On March 13, U.S. Rep. Michelle Grisham (D-NM 1st District) introduced a new bill that would increase health care accessibility for children, reducing the number of uninsured
No one plans to get sick or hurt, but health coverage protects you from the high medical costs before you need medical care. By law, every
Chef-gaytan_webChef Carlos Gaytan immigrated to Chicago in early 1991, quickly working his way up from pantry cook to line cook at Sheraton North Shore Hotel. In May
March 8 is International Women’s Day and in honor of women’s health, EXTRA looked at some of the options available for women, especially Latinas in Chicago,
Benito Juarez Community Academy will host an ACA Latino Enrollment Summit as part of a 15-city nationwide series that focuses on the minority group most in need of
The week of Feb. 24, National Eating Disorder Week, organizations and campaigns across the country hosted events to raise awareness about the issue.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released numbers for the first four months of enrollment under the federal Affordable Care Act
February is most known for “Black History Month” and Valentine’s Day. However, it is also designated as the “American Heart Month”, which brings
The Development Support Project (DSP) of Saint Anthony Hospital was among 10 programs from across the country named a Program of Excellence by the Hospital Charitable Services Awards, a national […]
From online dating to matchmaking services, in today’s world, people have many ways to find “the one.”
Getting health care insurance can be confusing if you don’t understand the process, but not getting it can prove to cost you more.
Many Hispanics have not enrolled yet in Obamacare, whether it is for lack of information or fear of deportation. If you do not enroll by the end of March 2014, […]