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Examining LGBTQ pandemic health; labeling coronavirus variants; vaccinating the immunocompromised
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Buzzfeed is looking for a health editor. Science News is seeking a web producer.
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Buncombe County Health and Human Services Director Stoney Blevins sits at his desk in Asheville.
Confidentiality rules intended to protect children present challenges for investigating allegations of DSS misconduct.
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What do you do for stories that have no available dataset — what if no one has asked people about the problem you want to investigate?
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That's not just a problem for Randolph County and other rural places where vaccines have been slow to take off. Lagging vaccination rates in rural areas could extend the pandemic for the entire country, according to CDC researchers.
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L.A. TACO
This is the first investigative article that was produced by Lexis-Olivier Ray as a project for the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2020 Data Fellowship.
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Brian Hogan sits outside a school in Marble on Saturday.
Rates at which local departments of social services remove children from families point to inequity and inconsistency, with extremes of very high and low levels.
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Filipino Americans account for 4% of the nurses in the U.S. but about 25% of COVID-19 deaths among nurses. Some are leaving the profession.
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Payphones for use by residents of the River Ranch Farmworker Center in St. Helena.
This story is part of a larger project series, "Voices from the Vineyard," led by Sarah Klearman, a 2020 Impact Fellow. She is reporting on how the twin crises of the pandemic and the wildfires have impacted the health of the valley’s farmworkers and their families.
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An apartment for rent in Central Los Angeles.
Part Three focuses on a city program designed to bring illegal housing units up to code and give owners a path to legalization — and how it has fallen short of expectations.
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Raven Wylde and her mother Janice enjoy a visit at the Scarlet Begonia restaurant in downtown Santa Barbara on May 26.
COVID-19 pandemic has had a deadly toll at residential care facilities for the elderly, and cases and deaths dropped dramatically after mass vaccinations
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