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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.

Overall, 95% of Colorado students were immunized against measles, but clusters of vulnerability persist across the state.
Does childhood immunization data show us which communities will shun the covid vaccines?
State Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, and his daughter listen to opening remarks on the first day of the 2021 legislative s
A Senate panel added the provision into a controversial bill addressing parental rights.
A sign along Immokalee Road encourages people to wash their hands and stay six feet apart to limit the spread of coronavirus in
Florida’s agriculture commissioner asked the governor to open COVID-19 vaccinations to all farmworkers, noting they are “critical to producing safe, secure” food while being exposed to higher health risks during the pandemic.  
A young boy wears a sign outside of City Hall, protesting the construction of the Byhalia Connection Pipeline, Tuesday, Feb 23
An 800-gallon leak of crude oil and 10-pound release of benzene, a chemical compound the World Health Organization classifies as carcinogenic, occurred in January 2020 near the planned destination of the Byhalia pipeline.
Elizabeth Crouch, 4, (center) places pinwheels in the ground with Det. Adam Corbett
Arkansas ranks high in child abuse, deaths. COVID-19 has made it worse, officials say.
As people wait to take the Binax rapid test at 24th St. Mission BART Station Plaza, they fill out online surveys that question t
The most powerful new weapon in the city’s war on Covid-19 is a mid-sized daily testing site at the 24th Street BART Plaza.
Twins Anna and Mila with their father, John Melovidov, in St. Paul.
Alaska women who live in rural and remote communities usually travel to city centers to give birth against incredible geographical odds.
irst Lady Susan Hutchinson talks about child abuse during the covid-19 outbreak on April 20, 2020, at the Governor's Conference
Arkansas Children’s Hospital saw an increase in the number and severity of child-abuse-related cases last year, a troubling pattern in a state that had high rates of child maltreatment before the onset of the covid-19 pandemic.



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