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Communities deserve to know more about the silent public health threat potentially sitting below their homes and businesses.
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Dr. Seema Yasmin speaks to 2023 California Health Equity Fellows.
“I want to highlight not just fact checking, but also source checking,” Dr. Seema Yasmin told fellows.
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Also, looking back and forward after three pandemic years, and a new analysis points to animal origin for COVID.
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Stanford's Maya Rossin-Slater unpacks her team's landmark study, which finds even rich Black mothers are more likely to have worse birth outcomes than their white counterparts.
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Reporter will shine a light on an overlooked but debilitating health issue affecting millions of Americans.
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“I’ve always felt that mental health has never been important to newspapers, to society,” Wan told fellow reporters this week. His stories are trying to change that.
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A mail carrier works in the shadow of the Phillips 66 refinery in Wilmington, California.
Wilmington may be a poster child for environmental injustice, but in recent years the residents have taken on the refineries, the port and politicians.
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Some politicians claim that unhoused residents in LA County are “service resistant.” The truth is that many unhoused residents are stuck in purgatory, waiting to be placed while not receiving services they need.
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The former Exide battery recycling plant in Vernon, California.
Environmental reporter Tony Briscoe of the Los Angeles Times and investigative reporter Joe Rubin share strategies for covering complex stories of pollution and regulatory failure.
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The Pico-Union neighborhood in Los Angeles is one of most overcrowded neighborhoods in the U.S.
Reporter Brittny Mejia of the Los Angeles Times shares her strategies for tracking down just the right people to bring her stories to life.
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As the cost of diapers continues to skyrocket, a tax exemption in California is set to expire this summer.
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The Center for Health Journalism’s 2023 National Fellowship will provide $2,000 to $10,000 reporting grants, five months of mentoring from a veteran journalist, and a week of intensive training at USC Annenberg in Los Angeles from July 16-20. Click here for more information and the application form, due May 5.


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