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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.

This project is supported by a grant from USC Annenberg’s Center for Health Journalism 2022 California Impact Fund.
This project is supported by a grant from USC Annenberg’s Center for Health Journalism 2022 California Impact Fund.
Tiana Warriner looks at a comic strip her daughter, Sophia, 9, drew, featuring their two new kittens as action heroes as her son
In half of all cases in Maine in which a child is removed from the home, an Office of Child and Family Services investigation identified the parent or caregiver's substance use a risk factor.
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff receives his COVID-19 vaccination Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2020 at University Hospital from medical a
Bexar County will hire a county public health director and other core staff as part of an initiative to revamp health care in fast-growing outlying areas of the community, filling gaps in service that he said were revealed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tony Alcala, principal of Galveston Elementary School, listens to a group of fourth graders during recess at Galveston Elementar
The achievement gap has long been a public education concern. Now the pandemic has widened it even more.
Dr. David Ketelaar, an emergency medicine physician at Marian Regional Medical Center in Santa Maria, hosts a tour of the new Cr
Noozhawk review finds significant shortcomings in the $1.5 million voluntary facility for patients in need of psychiatric crisis care.
Santa Barbara County’s behavioral health services include a 16-bed Psychiatric Health Facility for inpatient care.
Noozhawk review finds local patients being shuttled throughout California due to inadequacy of county’s 16-bed psychiatric health facility.
In February, SF approved Urban Alchemy’s $18.7 million no-bid contract to run the Ansonia, soon to be converted into housing for
Amid plenty of praise for the nonprofit’s hard work, there‘s also a troubling allegation, an explosion under investigation, and inflated claims.
Rochester's most lavish natural setting has been effectively reserved for its white, wealthy and well-connected citizens.
Richmond Times-Dispatch
How policy decisions in Virginia led Latinos to being among the most likely to get infected, hospitalized and die in the first two years of the pandemic.

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