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As part of the Center for Health Journalism Fellowship, journalists work with a senior fellow to develop a special project. Recent projects have examined health disparities by ZIP code in the San Francisco Bay Area, anxiety disorders and depression in the Hispanic immigrant community in Washington state, and the importance of foreign-born doctors to health care in rural communities.

Patient Kaylen Mehlhaff meets with midwife Amanda Youngers for a regular checkup at an Indian Health Service facility in Rapid
A win for Medicaid expansion in South Dakota is a victory for public health, policy experts say, but now comes the work of ensuring the people who are eligible actually get enrolled.
San Francisco properties within Related Companies. From Top left to right: A market-rate apartment at 1550 Mission St., and subs
The planned renovation has the potential to generate millions of dollars through the recapitalization process, enough to fix up the deteriorating apartments and earn some money. But it's been delayed.
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On Election Day, South Dakotans will have the option on their ballot to expand Medicaid coverage.
Raymond Galloway, a cook who’s been jailed for having small amounts of drugs, supports the new law.
The change follows a Sun-Times/Better Government Association investigation last year that documented the impact of “dead end” drug arrests in which people are briefly locked up, only to see the charges soon dismissed.
Raymond Galloway, a cook who’s been jailed for having small amounts of drugs, supports the new law.
The change follows a Sun-Times/Better Government Association investigation last year that documented the impact of “dead end” drug arrests in which people are briefly locked up, only to see the charges soon dismissed.
The only times Veronica Olds, 30, has had health insurance across the last dozen years has been when she is pregnant. A mother o
Across the state, 16,000 adults are uninsured because they can’t afford private coverage, but their incomes disqualify them from Medicaid.
 If a majority of the state votes in support of Amendment D on Nov. 8, South Dakota will expand Medicaid by July 1 and an additi
A new state poll finds that supporters currently outweigh the opposition, but a large percentage have not made up their minds.
Despite growing demand for mental health services for children, the mental health field has failed at recruiting enough professi
“Folks need to be served by people who look like them and who maybe had some of their life experiences," as one coalition leader put it.
A photo of Zachary Chafos dressed as one of his favorite Pixar characters, Mr. Incredible, at his home in Clarksville, Md
Zach Chafos languished for a total of 76 days in a Maryland ER waiting for a psychiatric bed — part of a growing mental health treatment crisis for teens across the country
The need to come to terms with how parental mental health influences the mental health of children has come into sharper focus a
One family’s experience demonstrates the importance of addressing mental health not just for one person, but the family as a whole.

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