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July 20, 2021 | 0 comments
“The U.S. is in a state of emergency for children’s mental health — and if it is not addressed, kids will have chronic mental health problems that will affect generations to come,” a child... more
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July 19, 2021 | 0 comments
Overdose fatalities rose in 2020, with Black people at high risk; cases on the rise, but vaccines remain politicized; Pfizer's booster remains uncertain.
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July 19, 2021 | 0 comments
Alzheimer’s affects older Black and Hispanic people at much higher rates than whites, but it's largely undiagnosed and untreated in these communities.
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July 19, 2021 | 0 comments
Facilities housing just 1% of the population saw at least one in four of last year’s COVID-19 deaths. My reporting seeks deeper answers about what went wrong.
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July 16, 2021 | 0 comments
California jails have increasingly outsourced health care to private companies. But at what cost? A new reporting project seeks answers.
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July 16, 2021 | 1 comments
Babies and pregnant women in Oklahoma have some of the worst health outcomes in the nation. A new project will share the stories of women and families affected by the state’s shortcomings.
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July 15, 2021 | 0 comments
To be a Black student in Pittsburgh Public Schools means the odds are stacked against you — and have been for decades. What can change that?
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July 15, 2021 | 0 comments
State law targets drug users, jamming courts with throwaway cases that burden justice system and users. A new reporting project digs into the story.
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July 14, 2021 | 0 comments
While city residents turned to Zoom, Amazon and Netlifx during COVID-19, the digital divide has left many residents of a Washington state tribal reservation shut out of "normal life."
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July 14, 2021 | 0 comments
Three very different tragedies from a state where hunting is very popular and guns are widely accessible.
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July 14, 2021 | 0 comments
Last spring, the coronavirus tore through the state’s meat processing plant facilities. What changes are being made as a result?
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July 13, 2021 | 0 comments
The USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism is happy to announce the 24 journalists from around the country taking part in its 2021 National Fellowship.
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Children of color are disproportionately targeted by ads for misleading and potentially dangerous products.
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July 12, 2021 | 0 comments
This week: The end of pandemic housing support looms for homeless people, a nation divided by vaccination status, and the big question: Do you need a booster shot?
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July 12, 2021
When Philadelphia's Hahnemann Hospital closed, the city lost one of its few remaining maternity wards. But reporting on the fallout proved tougher than expected, as two radio reporters explain.



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