Monthly Archive: April 2012

Apr 20

California Leads the nation in creating Melting pot in the United States

The 2010 US census data shows that California has the highest number of Asian Indians with mixed racial background than any other state. Asian Indians for decades struggle to keep their identity in the US and thus far the mixed population is rather insignificant compared to other Asian cousins. Parents of US born children are …

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Apr 12

Asian Indians in California have Highest rates of Heart Problems and Diabetics…

Asian Indians in general and particularly in California have the highest rates of chronic diseases like heart problems and diabetics, Dr. Latha Palaniappan found in her research. There are unique cultural, social, and biological contributing factors to this dilemma as the group has lower Body mass index.  According to Dr. Palnaiappan a dramatic reduction in …

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Apr 04

Asian Indian population is the Second Largest Asian Group in America, 2010

Asian Indian population in the United States, 2010

US Census 2010 found that Asian Indian population in the United States is the largest single Asian group in the United States after Chinese population. About 19% of Asian Americans are Asian Indians. About 9.1% of Asian Indians reported mixed race at 2010 census. Of the mixed race, population, Asian Indians tend to marry more and …

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Apr 04

Asian American population in combination with Other races in the United States, 2000- 2010

Asian Population in the United States 2010

The latest US Census Data demonstrates that Asians are one of the fastest growing minority population in the United States, particularly when taken into account mixed heritage of Asian Category with some other racial category between 2000 and 2010