“Health Minorities and the Hispanic Paradox,” by Isabel Arriagada. Social science research attempts to answer the question, why do Hispanics overall have better health outcomes than non-Hispanic Whites despite exhibiting low-income status and disproportionate exposure to stress factors associated with the immigration process?
“‘I Do’ for Round 2?” by Sarah Catherine Billups. New research in Demography finds that never being married is a valuable trait on the marriage market and these individuals can be the most selective when choosing a partner.
“Childhood Trauma Makes Reentry More Difficult,” by De Andre’ T. Beadle. The New York Times talks to Bruce Western about the ways childhood trauma and mental health concerns make reentry more difficult for formerly incarcerated individuals.
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