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On the hunt for the best SXSW panels where health and journalism collide? Angilee Shah shares her picks in Austin.

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Practitioners of "baby dynamic" exercises say it improves strength and encourages early development.

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It is important that reporters and editors learn to work with developers, to value their skills and treat them as part of an editorial team. This week in Career GPS, Katharine Jarmul offers some rules of the road.

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Meeting other independent, hyperlocal website operators like myself was hands-down, one of the best things that came out of the fellowship.

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Twitter and Facebook rule our social media lives, but LinkedIn can also be a useful place to find sources and learn about the media organizations we want to work for.

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At the first meeting in L.A. we could see that we were not the only ones feeling torn between the desire to do in-depth reporting and the time-consuming demands of marketing that work on social media. However, over time, we came to appreciate how critical it is to reach out to readers via social media, how quickly readers' habits are changing, and how the web is redefining the concept of community.

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Shannon Brownlee offers a not-so-modest proposal for universities to stamp out pharma ghostwriting benefiting researchers.

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Journalism program manager for Facebook Vadim Lavrusik shared a health story told via status updates in a Facebook journalism event in downtown Los Angeles last night.

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Hollenbeck Park is a lovely spot on the east side of Los Angeles. It's an historic place, built in 1982, and has since been a refuge for the evolving communities of Boyle Heights. Imagine a lake and boats and idyllic footbridges. What does any of this have to do with how journalists operate online? Last Friday, I explained the metaphor to this year's National Health Journalism Fellows.

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Consider this: Mobile phones have created the broadest platform for people to engage with media ever. So if journalists aren't using mobile technology to engage with their audiences, are they missing a huge opportunity to connect efficiently and effectively?

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