Grupo Parada in collaboration with AHHE, Google, and the New York State of Health put together one of the most relevant and interactive events in New York City regarding Hispanics and the Affordable Care Act — The US Hispanic Market: Enrolling Uninsured Latinos Through Digital Media. At this event, experts in the field of marketing and healthcare presented the latest data on the Hispanic population in the United States, Hispanic digital trends, and their healthcare needs.Continue Reading
Superlative Smiles Orthodontics delivers diagnosis, prevention, interception, and correction of poorly aligned teeth or bites, as well as muscular and skeletal abnormalities of the structures around the mouth and face.Continue Reading
Before the 1980’s, to think of health meant to think of the absence of illness. In 1986, through the World Health Organization – WHO, The Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion took place in Canada. This Charter introduced the idea of health promotion and prevention; stating that health is not only a result of medical practice but that it starts and is dependent on other social conditions such as shelter, education, peace, food, etc.
This new definition of health was put into practice when Peru was hit with a cholera epidemic at the beginning of the 90’s and lasted for several years. When the epidemic began, the country was not ready for a response that would drive to prevention and ultimately end the epidemic.Continue Reading
The Binational Health Week (BHW) is the largest mobilization efforts in the Americas to improve the health and well-being of the underserved Latino population living in the United States. During BHW, federal, state and local government agencies, community-based organizations and thousands of volunteers come together in the month of October to conduct a series of health promotion and health education activities including workshops, insurance referrals, vaccinations and medical screenings.Continue Reading
The VI Ecuadorian Film Showcase in New York was presented by the Consulate General of Ecuador in New York and Ecua Collective. This event is the premier showcase of Ecuadorian films and shorts in New York and the United States.Continue Reading
In February 2013, in preparation for the Ecuadorian congressional election regiónQ Magazine along with community organizations ProgresoEC and the Ecuadorian Initiative came together to organize a debate featuring the candidates for the Ecuadorian Congress.Continue Reading
Located in the Bronx – New York, Acacia Network is a constellation of Latino based agencies offering a unique variety of services in the area of health (this includes Mobile Healthcare), housing and economic development. Their mission is to partner with communities, lead change, and promote healthy and prosperous individuals and families. Some of Acacia’s most important programs are the Community family health centers, Behavioral Health Services, Nursing facilities, Bronx Council for Economic Development, among others.Continue Reading
Defining Trends Media Group is a multi-platform media company that connects with the bilingual/bicultural Hispanic community by producing original content with proprietary events, social media, a weekly newsletter, website and magazine all under the LatinTRENDS brand.
LatinTRENDS is the #1 brand in New York and beyond for progressive men & women who enjoy “la esencia Latina“: culture, cuisine, and entertainment. LatinTRENDS prides itself on being the source of “pop culture with a Latin twist!”
Portada is the leading source of news and analysis on the Latin Marketing and Media space. We offer world-class news and intelligence through audited online, print and conference vehicles to highly targeted audiences. Portada’s mission is to help professionals in Business and Media understand and reach Hispanic consumers in the U.S. The Portada team is very passionate about producing high-quality independent content that helps drive forward the Latin Marketing and Media space.
Portada’s conferences bring together the most powerful brand marketers, media owners and agencies in the U.S. Hispanic and Latin American markets.Continue Reading