The Hispanic Paradox: Roberto Muñiz talks about Latinos aging in America

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As the baby-boomer population increases, Latinos aging in America have become a “good news-bad news” kind of topic. On one side, Latinos continue to puzzle doctors and researchers by aging at a slower rate than other ethnic groups, a phenomenon called “the Hispanic Paradox.” On the other, evidence of health disparities, lack of health insurance and poverty levels make them a vulnerable group that requires special attention from policy makers and healthcare providers alike. We interviewed Roberto Muñiz, President and CEO of Parker, to help us understand how Latinos age in America.