Among the different segments of the population, Hispanic respondents show a higher-than-average tendency to smoke e-cigarettes, and tend to smoke them more regularly, with 32% of respondents saying they have tried them, compared to a 25% average.

Zoraida Sambolin, co-anchor of CNN’s weekday news show “Early Start,”will join Susan G. Komen for Hispanic Heritage Month and National Breast Cancer Awareness  Month. She will participate in a nationwide, Spanish-language radio tour on Wednesday, October 9th.

As things heat up with ACA implementation, a lot of attention is being given to Hispanics. While some of that attention is driven by politics (based on the significant impact Hispanics had on the results of the 2012 election), most of it is being driven by market realities.

Results from a new study reveal that American adults of all ages – Millennials, GenXers and Baby Boomers – feel that their own generation is the healthiest. Nearly half the people surveyed (45 percent) named their own generation as the healthiest, followed by their parents’ generation (32 percent) and the younger generation (23 percent).

Juanes helps raise awareness for National HIV Testing Day on June 27th, encouraging people to get tested as part of a campaign spearheaded by Lifebeat in partnership with The CDC and MTV's GYT Now.

Extending its award-winning "Learn the Signs" campaign, Autism Speaks – the world's leading autism science and advocacy organization – today joined the Ad Council, along with partner agencies BBDO New York and LatinWorks, to announce the launch of a new series of public service advertisements (PS

We recently joined DTC Perspectives once again for its annual gathering of healthcare thought leaders at the DTC National Conference. Throughout the event we constantly heard that the consumer is core to everything DTC (direct-to-consumer) marketers do. Mediapost Ad Critic Barbara Lippert said that we should zero in on the insight that gives your message a “human touch.” Marketing Strategist David Meerman Scott suggested that we all focus on “buyer personas” versus product details when building our marketing campaigns. These are reasons why we thought it was important to spend some time talking about how to approach Hispanic consumers with messages relevant to them. The reality is, embracing similarities is as important as celebrating differences. By Eric Talbot / Univision Insights

Have you ever met an attractive person at a bar and exchanged numbers? Imagine if once this person has left the room, you start receiving hundreds of text messages detailing their sexual history -- from various partners. Well, in a hidden camera stunt around several New York City bars, Wing created just that -- with powerful communication that explores the potential risks of unprotected sex., a site designed to provide Latinos with daily news and content to live a better life and improve their health launched. With a mission to improve the health and wellbeing of U.S. Latinos, Saludify is providing accurate, convenient and culturally relevant content that goes beyond what's found in mainstream media.

Pharmaceutical companies in the US face the ongoing challenges of a new regulatory climate and expiring patents for several blockbuster drugs.

Walgreens and Televisa Consumer Products are offering a line of over-the-counter and personal care products focused on Hispanic consumers at select stores in the United States. Products include haircare, skincare, cough/cold, and pain/sleep items. Walgreens has recently expanded the availability of these products based on product performance in designated test stores.

81% of U.S. adults use the internet and 59% say they have looked online for health information in the past year. 35% of U.S. adults say they have gone online specifically to try to figure out what medical condition they or someone else might hav

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Procter & Gamble (P&G) and its Orgullosa program have joined forces with Liga Contra el Cáncer to empower the community to share the gift of breast cancer early detection through simple, everyday actions.

The Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) may do more to decrease disparities in access to health care than anything since the Civil Rights Act of 1964. By David R. Morse - President and CEO / New American Dimensions, LLC