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Planes used by the U.S. government to deport Central American nationals will bring back U.S. citizens in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador as coronavirus travel restrictions reduce commercial flights.
ICE is requesting bids for 45,000 N95 masks Why is ICE soliciting for masks when our frontline health care workers need them? There is no social distancing during detention and deportation, and what ICE is doing puts the public at risk. We should immediately suspend detention and deportation for the time being! Health care workers […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands o...
South Korea warned on Thursday that it will deport foreigners while its citizens could face jail if they violate self-quarantine rules after a surge in imported coronavirus cases.
]]>(MedPage Today) -- Family member deportation and detainment was associated with poor psychological outcomes among youth, according to a survey of 547 Latinx adolescents in suburban Atlanta. Those whose family members had been deported or detained...
(George Washington University) Latino/a adolescents with a family member who was detained or deported beginning as early as 2017 were at high risk of suicidal thoughts, early alcohol use, and risky behaviors that can lead to school failure and chronic health problems. The findings were published today in JAMA Pediatrics.
(JAMA Network) Researchers in this survey study of nearly 550 Latino or Latina adolescents looked at how family member detention or deportation was associated with later suicidal thoughts, alcohol use or clinically significant externalizing behaviors such as rule-breaking and aggressive behaviors.
The governor of a Kazakh province bordering China said on Thursday he would seek the deportation of dozens of Chinese workers to defuse the local population's fears of coronavirus, news website Dalanews.kz reported.
As a doctor, there is an experience that all can relate to. It concerns that particular patient who comes in with not just one concern, but a litany of them. They require more than the prescribed 15 minutes of visit time, and we sit and listen, try our best to console and guide. Yet, for […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Lea...
TUESDAY, Dec. 3, 2019 -- Deportation worry is associated with an increased risk for incident hypertension in women, according to a study published online Nov. 27 in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Jacqueline M. Torres, Ph.D., M.P.H.,...
FRIDAY, Nov. 29, 2019 -- Fear of deportation doubles the risk of high blood pressure in Mexican-born women in farmworker families who live in California's Salinas Valley, a new study claims. It included 572 women, average age 39, who in 2012-2014...
In a four-year study of Mexican-born women who reside in an agricultural area of California, the worry of deportation appears to double their risk of developing high blood pressure, according to new research published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association, the open access journal of the American Heart Association.
(American Heart Association) The fear of deportation was associated with double the risk of developing high blood pressure over a four-year period, in a study of Mexican-born women who reside in an agricultural area of California.Worries associated with immigration policies and enforcement may have negative impacts on the long-term cardiovascular health of immigrants, their families and community.
Behavioral problems, criminal arrests and limited access to health care leave a father worried his 21-year-old son will be deported to Mexico.
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A quarter of surveyed Latino patients said they knew someone who did not go to the hospital because of fear of deportation -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
The Trump administration policy sparked national outrage when stories emerged about how children with cancer and other life-threatening diseases would be impacted. Advocates say that for immigrants seeking medical deferments, deportation could very well equal a death sentence.
On Monday September 2nd, the Trump Administration announced a change to a policy that allowed immigrants to receive a temporary reprieve from deportation while receiving life-savings medical care in the US. In a joint statement from the American Society of Nephrology (ASN) and the American Society of Pediatric Nephrology (ASPN), the societies raised concerns about this the decision due to ...