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As the omicron surge disrupts schools nationwide, new research finds that kids forced to learn online instead of in person exhibited more behavioral issues.
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This story was produced as a project for the 2018 Data Fellowship.
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Making behavioral health pencil out has become a greater challenge for San Diego hospitals like Scripps, Sharp HealthCare, Palomar Health and UC San Diego Health.
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Review: Mental Health, Inc. exposes how various entities - from indifferent professional associations and pharmaceutical-subsidized patient advocacy groups to government regulators - enable Pharma's worst excesses.

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How one young child learned to cope with some early traumatic experiences and tell his story in a new way, through child-parent therapy.
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Many New Orleans children come from tough backgrounds and have been thrust into a new school system that’s pushing hard to fast-track achievement.
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U.S. spending on health care alone is large enough to make it the world's fifth largest economy. A more thoughtful, evidence-driven approach to delivering care could curb such staggering statistics.
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A former journalist and single mother of two fears that changes to the Affordable Care Act could eliminate the coverage her family depends on to manage their complex health needs.
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Research shows early childhood education is one of the most effective ways to prevent drug use later in life. That’s especially important in New Mexico's Rio Arriba County, where an opioid epidemic has been raging for decades.
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Cenpatico Integrated Care, a mental health company in Southern Arizona, has made serious policy changes that affects patients it was suppose to serve.

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