Georgia’s Hispanic population has increased 800 percent since 1990.
And along with that growth comes ever-widening disparities related to Latinos' access to healthcare.
That’s the finding of the Georgia Latino Health Report, released Thursday by the Hispanic Health Coalition of Georgia and Emory University.
Why an increase in health-related disparities?
There are two main reasons, the study finds.
The “Great Recession” has cost many their jobs—and as a result, health insurance.