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When reporters strive to foster community engagement, it not only stands to make for better journalism, but it can actually improve the well-being of the community.

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Editor's note: To hear from one of the grantees who has started up a new community health project, thanks to Mary Lou Fulton’s vision on community health, see ReportingonHealth’s Barbara Feder Ostrov's interview with KQED’s Raul Ramirez.

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