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Two years ago Sara Keenan was overweight and dependent on pain-killers that were shutting down her lungs and putting her at risk of dying. Today she is off pain-killers and 170 pounds lighter, with ambitions to become a personal coach to give hope to others who are overweight. Here is how she did it

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St. Louis Public Radio is hiring a new Health & Science Reporter, while the University of California, San Francisco, has an opening for a Health/Science Web Writer. Check out these jobs, and more from all around the country.

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While children show different responses to early trauma, depending on factors such as their age, coping mechanisms, and family support, experts say that research shows that witnessing a parent's arrest or deportation leads to a complex series of problems.

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On the East Coast? Women's Health is looking for both a managing editor and editorial assistant in New York, and The Boston Globe is hiring a new health and wellness producer for its website. Only a few days left to apply for the The Rosalynn Carter Fellowships For Mental Health Journalism.

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Bloomberg News and Town & Style St. Louis are both hiring healthcare writers for their publications. Check out those opportunities, and more, here!

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Applications for the 2014 National Health Journalism Fellowship are due April 1. Also, check out the Technical Journalist and Part-Time Reporter positions available at KUNM Radio.

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Check out health editor jobs at SELF Magazine and Bottom Line Productions. Plus applications are still being accepted for the 2014 National Health Journalism Fellowship.

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New York journalist Anthony Advincula discusses the challenge of finding a subject willing to speak openly on the sensitive issue.

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Una mujer decidió por su cuenta convertir su casa en centro de inscripción. Invitó a sus familiares y vecinos, en su mayoría desasegurados, que estaban indecisos sobre si inscribirse o pagar la multa. ¿Podría ser un modelo a replicar para inscribir a más latinos?

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A Mexican-American woman decided to convert her house into a health insurance registration center. She invited her family and neighbors, most of them uninsured. Could this be a model strategy to sign up more Latinos?

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