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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.

Jahaira Vega, formerly of West Hartford, speaks about her experience with eviction and looking for housing in Connecticut.
The upcoming legislative session is likely to bring a new effort to pass meaningful zoning reforms, according to advocates for a fund that rewards towns that create affordable housing and eviction protections for tenants.
El presupuesto de familias ya vulnerables se ha visto afectado por los sorpresivos robos.
"Se llevaron cada centavo", dijo una de las víctimas del robo de cupones electrónicos de comida del Programa Asistencial de Nutrición Suplementaria (SNAP), a quien ahora no le alcanza para comprar un regalo de Navidad para su hijo.
Hidden skimming devices are being placed on card-swiping machines near cash registers to steal SNAP funds from electronic benefi
“They took every penny,” said one SNAP skimming victim, who can no longer afford to buy a Christmas present for his son.
Lashika Steele(Left), a primary care patient, is seen at Mercy Care clinic by Claudina Rubio(right), a nurse practitioner, on Th
Experts fear interruption of important, routine care could cause earlier deaths.
A woman wears a face mask while walking under a sign that reads "Relax think COVID free thoughts" during the coronavirus outbrea
Many Hispanics are being left in the dark about long Covid. This is what some patients have learned through self-advocacy. .
Por Elizabeth Chuck, NBC News
"Se llevaron hasta el último céntimo", dijo una víctima del SNAP, que ya no puede permitirse comprar un regalo de Navidad a su hijo.
Elizabeth Rodríguez, su hijo Mikey Rodríguez de 8 años, y su hija adolescente se quedan temporalmente en casa de su hermana, des
This project was produced as project for the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2022 National Fellowship and its Kristy Hammam Fund for Health Journalism....
Illustration by Theo Grace Quest
Four years after the rape of a woman at Hacienda HealthCare launched reforms, critics say the state is still not doing enough to protect people with IDD from abuse.
Carmen Díaz limpia la habitación de su hijo de 9 años en Hamden.
This project was produced as project for the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2022 National Fellowship and its Kristy Hammam Fund for Health Journalism....

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