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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.

RESIDENTS OF A NEW MANAGED HOMELESS CAMP AT SAN LORENZO PARK HAVE ADDED THE TRAPPINGS OF HOME TO THEIR TENTS.
A look inside an expanded syringe program and a new camp.
Members of Hawaii’s COVID-19 Command Mobile Unit prepare to collect samples from Oahu residents during a drive-thru event in Kak
Other states like Oregon have done more to include Pacific Islander community leaders in the pandemic emergency response and provide them with resources.
Gavin Alcala, 3, of Los Angeles participates in an online class through his day care, Centro de Niños
“We kind of got stuck in limbo,” said Melissa Alcala, whose son has a rare genetic disorder.
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Even as hopes for ending the COVID-19 pandemic hinge on a vaccine, Oregon saw a "sharp reduction" in the number of other vaccines administered to children and adults, according to an official tally by the state.
Francisca Porchas Coronado in the center to the left with therapists from the Network of Latinx Counselors in Action from Arizon
The Covid-19 pandemic continues to disproportionately affect Latinos. Although doctors continue to advance with physical recovery therapies after infection, little is known about the consequences in mental health.
Activists in the Latinx immigrant community of Los Angeles share what they do to take care of their mental health.
 THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SANTA CRUZ HAVE PARTNERED IN A NEW MANAGED ENCAMPMENT IN SAN LORENZO PARK.
A pandemic, a shift in homeless services and two new reports.
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Pre-exposure prophylaxis can save lives, but patients seeking the medications face numerous obstacles.
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"We live in a health care desert. There's no other way to say it," on Central Coast resident said. "We are basically beholden to two major health care companies."

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