Over 30 million adults in the United States have kidney disease, according to the National Kidney Foundation. For Hispanics, the risk is nearly double that of all other Americans. A free screening opportunity in Anne Arundel County last weekend helped with raising awareness and getting those who are at risk to take an important first step in dealing with a potentially deadly disease.
His cabinet is overwhelmingly older, whiter, and more male than the U.S. population as a whole, a Capital News Service analysis found.
“100 Women, 100 Miles” fights for immigration reform during the Pope’s parade on the National Mall in Washington.
The Arc of Frederick, a local chapter of a national organization that provides support, assistance and advocacy to people with developmental disabilities, has created a free toolkit to reach out to the underserved population of Hispanics with disabilities.