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This week I would like to continue the discussion on health beliefs by introducing a few general views regarding illness. In my opinion, it is important to have an understanding of the overarching concepts behind each individual belief since the … Continue reading
One thing that professionals may find surprising as they work with the Spanish-speaking Latino population is the prevalence of health-related beliefs. By health-related beliefs, I am referring to beliefs regarding the origin of an illness or symptoms as well as … Continue reading