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In his laboratory, Dr. Jose Russo explains how quickly cancer cells can develop. Photo: Sam Laub / AL DÍA News

With a career that has spanned nearly 60 years, Dr. Jose Russo, an Argentinian immigrant, has focused much of his time, energy and dedication toward finding effective methods for breast cancer prevention.

Una familia de inmigrantes latinos abrirá el primer ‘deli’ vegano del Reading Terminal Market

 07/05/2018 - 14:32

El mercado más popular de Filadelfia tendrá su primer aprovisionamiento de generosidad vegana gracias a los Lucci, propietarios de la compañía de productos veganos LUHV foods, que se venden en diversos supermercados de la región.


They've Got High Hopes: Latin America Leads In Global Happiness Rankings

 01/09/2018 - 17:06
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For the 41st time, Gallup International has released their Global End of Year Survey, polling 55 countries on the topics of hope, happiness, and economic optimism. Three countries in Latin America made the Top Ten, but one country in the region scored in the bottom tier.

Argentina passes controversial pension reforms amid ongoing violent protests

 12/19/2017 - 12:52
A woman shouts in front of members the Argentinean Federal Police, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Dec. 18, 2017.

Lawmakers in Argentina's parliament on Tuesday voted narrowly in favor of a controversial package of pension reforms backed by the president amid a 24-hour general strike and violent protests from opponents who warn the cuts will leave senior citizens and retirees worse off.

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