Opportunities for action: addressing Latina sexual and reproductive health.

  title={Opportunities for action: addressing Latina sexual and reproductive health.},
  author={Risha Foulkes and Raquel Donoso and Beth Fredrick and Jennifer Frost and Susheela P. Singh},
  journal={Perspectives on sexual and reproductive health},
  volume={37 1},
Volume 37, Number 1, March 2005 Latinas account for approximately one in every seven U.S. women of reproductive age.1 Although several national organizations and numerous local groups are dedicated to improving Latino health, significant gaps exist in the breadth and depth of information available on Latina sexual and reproductive health. Analyses from national and small-scale investigations usually compare Latinas with other groups on only one or two sexual and reproductive health indicators… CONTINUE READING


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