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TK Things Latinos Need To Know About Alzheimer's
5 Things Latinos Need To Know About Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's Disease — a form of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior — is the sixth leading killer in the United States. The terrifying, oft-misunderstood disease poses an especially grim threat to the Latino community, as Hispanics have higher rates of Alzheimer's than whites and African-Americans.
Get the five fast facts on Alzheimer's Disease and the Latino community: 
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Ask Sujeiry: Our Love & Sex Expert Answers Your Q's on Being Turned Off By Your Man
Ask Sujeiry: Our Love & Sex Expert Answers Your Q's on Being Turned Off By Your Man

Why am I turned off by my man? How do I convince my single mami to date a man who doesn't speak Spanish? Today's Ask Sujeiry segment is giving you the answer to these questions.


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Macys Drops Donald Trump
Macy's Cuts Ties With Donald Trump

Following the lead of Univision, NBCUniversal and Televisa, Macy's has severed business ties with Donald Trump in light of his xenophobic comments about Mexican immigrants. In a speech announcing his presidential campaign, the Republican businessman blasted immigrants from Mexico as criminals, drug dealers and rapists. 

MORE: Donald Trump Sues Univision For Dropping Pageant Coverage


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Women Crush(ing the Patriarchy) Wednesday: Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodriguez
Women Crush(ing the Patriarchy) Wednesday: Prisca D. M. Rodriguez

This week’s #WCW is Nicaraguan chonga Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodriguez. If her name’s unfamiliar to you, get ready to meet your new favorite rebelde.

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Boxer Leslie Hernandez May Not Fight In The Olympics Because She's Undocumented
Boxer Leslie Hernandez May Not Fight In The Olympics Because She's Undocumented

Leslie Hernandez thought her dream had finally come true when Mexico asked her to join the 2016 Olympic national boxing team. 

But she encountered one huge problem. Hernandez, 17, had been living as an undocumented citizen in the United States since childhood, and she could not return to Mexico for training without risking a dangerous crossing to return to her home in Arizona.  


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Same Sex Marriage Blocked Certain Places
These Places Don't Want To Implement SCOTUS' Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

Last week, the Supreme Court of the United States officially made it legal for same-sex couples to wed in all 50 states. Many longtime partners rushed to their local courthouses, eager to make their love and partnerships official. However, some couples met with resistance — or flat-out denial — when they approached the courthouse for their licenses. 

Get the details on the places where same-sex couples have met with resistance while trying to get married: 


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How Lovely! A Sex Toy that Tracks a Man's Sex Moves
How Lovely! A Sex Toy that Tracks a Man's Sex Moves

Let’s face it: we all want to be the best in bed. We want our partners to revel in our sexual prowess and ask for more, more, more! But what if we aren’t as good as we believe or hope? What if your lover isn’t in love with the way you rock your Latin hips? The hips don’t lie, but he just might. What if you’re not a fan of the way he thrusts his pelvis? It isn’t easy to tell someone that they need to amp up their sex skills. You may not even know what needs improvement.


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