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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.

Credit: Lola Avigliano for Reveal
Data obtained by Reveal highlights how a patchwork system can be ill-equipped to tackle serious mental health episodes, leaving migrant children to bear the tremendous toll.
Jennifer Gomez drives past the Marathon refinery in Wilmington, California
A new community survey exposes widespread cancer, asthma, anxiety, and depression in Wilmington, California.
California's coercive control law was enacted too late to help Blanca in her divorce from a husband she describes as manipulativ
One immigrant endured more than two decades of psychological and financial abuse by her husband yet didn’t think she was a victim. Legal safeguards are limited and came too late to help her.
Gene Ampon, 75, photographed in August 2021 on the porch of the Seattle home he shared with his life partner for decades. Wind c
A story from an era before the rights of gay people were recognized as inherent to their humanity and right to privacy, an era that suddenly seems less far away than it used to.
Photo of U.S. Renal Care location in Hawaii.
More states are lifting or reforming regulations governing the opening of new dialysis facilities.
AB 617 map of Fresno area shown.
If you live on the south side of Fresno, you are likely exposed to multiple sources of air pollution that can harm your health — and the hot summer days can increase the risk.
Bexar County Hospital District Board Chairman Jim Adams listens to discussion. The board on Tuesday approved plans to build two
In Texas, the Bexar County Hospital District’s board of managers unanimously approved plans to build two new hospitals in medically underserved areas.
Kim Pagan adjusts her husband’s blood pressure device as he practices on the in-home dialysis machine.
The treatment can help eliminate exhausting commutes and relieve overcrowding at a growing number of dialysis centers in the state.
Faith in Action community leaders, low-income families and elders, local clergy and congregation members ask Supervisors to fund
Eviction notices are going up, and the local program is being tapped.
People whose maternal care depends on federal dollars can’t get abortions under the Hyde Amendment. What will the end of Roe hold for them?



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