Your Abuelita Was Right
“Mija, put on vaporub." You hear it all the time. Your nose starts running and your abuela yells at you to go grab the bottle of vaporub. But does it actually work?
Join us as we explore the science behind vaporub, manzanilla tea, aloe vera, and more of your abuela’s tried and true remedies. Then, learn how the All of Us Research Program is working to discover more about Hispanic/Latino health and how you can contribute to a healthier future for all of us.
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Meet the Panelist
Berta Carbajal – ASU Research Specialist / Promotora HOPE Network Co-Founder & Manager.
Berta is a native Arizonan who has served the Hispanic community in Phoenix, AZ as a third generation ‘Promotora de la Salud’/ Community Health Educator for over 50 years. Since 2004, she has been a promotora with the Universityof Arizona and Arizona State University, as a research specialist. Currently, she provides awareness and educational research programs on Alzheimer’s and other related dementias, work that she dedicates in her beloved mother’s memory. In 2009, she founded the Promotores HOPE (Helping Other Promotores Excel) Network, which is dedicated to providing a forum for education and collaboration and to celebrate the unselfish service of all promotores. Berta proudly serves on several boards, task force groups and leadership councils as a Promotora de Salud/Community Health Educator continuing her work with the Hispanic community and serving Maricopa County.