Carolyn Salazar Archive
Published January 07, 2011
A team of researchers in Chile are working to come up with a vaccine against alcoholism. If successful, the patient will get a shot a month and not crave alcohol anymore.
Published January 04, 2011
Is H1N1, the illness formerly known as swine flu, making a comeback?
Published December 31, 2010
Puerto Rican megastar Marc Antony owes $1.8 million in back taxes, RadarOnline is reporting.
Published December 30, 2010
Mexican middle school students in the Phoenix area are taking up alcohol and marijuana because they feel they are discriminated against, according to a new study.
Published December 29, 2010
The devastating cholera situation in Haiti, which is trickling over to neighboring Dominican Republic, is stirring tension between the two nations.
Published December 27, 2010
Not since “Betty La Fea,” a show so successful it was copied all over the world, has Univision seen a hit like this.
Published December 15, 2010
Pristine beaches, warm blue waters, tropical drinks. And cholera?
Published December 01, 2010
Mondo's designs include a colorful skull with a bow tie and a leafless tree.
Published November 30, 2010
Hispanics want to start a grass-roots movement to gain more political muscle.
Published November 26, 2010
It is official: Latinas love their curves.