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Guitarist Santana pictured now and at Woodstock

Woodstock Opened Doors for Pioneer of Latin Rock

Guitarist Carlos Santana and his band had no album out in 1969: 50 years later, he has more than 40

Hurricane survivor Nelida Castillo Cruz in front of her home

Hurricane Maria Survivor

Fights to save her home

Former boxer Oscar De La Hoya gestures during undercard press conference at the KA Theatre

Son of Immigrants Says He Owes Success to His Heritage

The parents of Oscar de la Hoya had a mission: Get an education, have a better life

A patient with kidney failure undergoes dialysis at a dialysis center

Kidney Disease Care Getting Overhaul from the Feds

Latinos die from kidney failure at greater rates than non-Hispanic whites

 Isabel Allende attends The Miami Book Fair

‘Despite Cultural Differences, We All Want the Same Thing’

Author Isabel Allende Llona has written two dozen books translated into 35 languages

Intergenerational workplace

Gen Xers Getting Overlooked for Promotions on the Job

Nearly 1 in 5 in this generation squeezed between baby boomers and millennials is Hispanic

Illustration of people celebrating a 50th birthday

Cincuentañeros is Time for Celebration, New Beginning

Turning 50? Revel in it. Don’t let the 15-year-olds have all the fun

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Join us in a new conversation about how we want to live as we age

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Mexican chef Zarela Martínez discusses Parkinson’s disease and more

Mexican Chef Wins Round 1 Against Parkinson’s

In Round 2, Zarela Martínez has been exercising, writing a book and putting together an album.

Latino family caregivers discuss their challenges

'You Start Doing It Without Getting Any Training’

AARP documentary chronicles the day-to-day challenges of Latino family caregivers

 Jose Angel Gurria, General Secretary of the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), is pictured during the annual G20 Finance and Central Bank Deputies Meeting on June 08, 2019 in Fukuoka, Japan.

Retired AND working? Yes, you can do both, Angel Gurría says

'Change your perceptions on aging,' says the head of an international economic organization

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