Creating environments where healthy behaviors are socially supported and accessible is essential in preventing cancer and reducing health disparities. Our May cyber-seminar highlighted two innovative and successful interventions designed to redress these challenges in Latino communities.
Dr. Elva Arredondo described the Faith in Action (Fe en Acción) study designed to improve the health of Latina women in San Diego. Dr. Guadelupe (Suchi) Ayala described an innovative store-based intervention to increase accessibility of fruits and vegetables in tiendas as well as strategies to increase fruit and vegetable consumption.
We had a number of questions received during the session and hope that you will join the Q&A as well.