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According to a number of local experts and law enforcement officials, there are two key components to the domestic violence system that require additional support: funding and a lack of education.
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Also, pandemic stimulus funds miss many vulnerable Americans, and a fresh focus on COVID-created pregnancy complications.
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A combination of increased substance abuse, a lack of shelter options and a backlogged court system made it difficult for victims to get timely help.
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“I think it would be a bit cavalier to all of a sudden say, We’re completely through with it,” Dr. Fauci said at a center event this week.
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Stories from the Bay Area’s tiny homes full of hope, disappointment.
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Highly valued, proven effective and undercompensated.
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From providing accurate COVID-19 information to advocating for testing and vaccination with cultural sensitivity, these community healthcare workers were key to serving marginalized Hispanic populations.
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As demand skyrocketed during the pandemic, already scarce resources for youth were stretched even thinner.
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The pandemic compounded barriers to accessing medical care—and many continue to delay or forgo treatment.
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COVID-19 ravaged Indigenous tribes in New Mexico. State and federal data reveal how a long legacy of uranium exposure may have made them uniquely vulnerable.

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