The language Americans use and their support for certain policies like the death penalty indicate who's most likely to dehumanize immigrants.
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Some undocumented immigrants fear that holding a legal status would make more vulnerable to deportation. "You have to live cautiously," a woman named Marina says.
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New research debunks what some people have called the "magnet effect," an idea that immigrants will move states for better public health care benefits.
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Is prescribing opioids part of American culture? A new study that looks at length of time immigrants live in the US and opioid use suggests that's the case.
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"When you’re scared, when you feel the world is so anti-you, you might not go to see a doctor, you might not engage in preventive behaviors..."
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Not everyone is excited to learn about their ancestry through DNA testing. Here's who's against it and why.
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South Asian immigrants in the US who frequently travel to countries where tuberculosis is widespread should get tested, say researchers.
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The youngest immigrant children—detained in so-called "tender age" shelters—may be the most vulnerable to the stress of separation from their parents.
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