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Center for Health Journalism Fellowships Posts

Here is where you'll find news about the Center for Health Journalism Fellowships program and its participants. Check back often for updates on Fellows and their work, live-blogging of our seminars, and more from our staff.

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While parents of disabled children are more seen and supported than ever, disabled parents remain marginalized, stigmatized, and invisible.
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Health disparities have existed in Long Beach for decades, but experts say those long-standing inequalities have now come into stark view during COVID-19.
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Sociologist Manuel Pastor on why it would be a huge mistake to go “back to the way we were before COVID-19."
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An OB-GYN, housing expert and a social services reporter offer insights for covering the root causes that harm the health of pregnant women and families.
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As students begin their return to the classroom for physical instruction over the next year, the long-term repercussions of a year of virtual learning will become clearer.
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Many of the solutions designed to address homelessness in previous decades were not designed to address problems of aging.
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As COVID-19 spread, people along California’s North Coast assumed that the area's sparse population would protect the region, with tourism the only threat. Those hopes were quickly dashed.
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For Latino residents living in multigenerational households, many of whom couldn't work from home, the situation spelled a potential death sentence.
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"Having the numbers, having the data wasn’t enough," Tubbs said. "I had to do a better job at narrative.”
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In the burgeoning Central Valley metropolis, people who take public transportation still have more than double the commute times of those who drive.



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