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Josie Norris / San Antonio Express-News
In the southern part of the city, options for hospitals, medical specialists and surgical centers are limited. Those in the industry say there’s little motivation to change that.
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What happens to the public’s trust in emergency communication systems after large catastrophic wildfires? A Northern California reporter investigates.
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Residents of Wilmington, California live next door to refineries and the largest port in North America.
Deaths spiked in Wilmington during the pandemic — but a reporter finds it wasn't because of COVID as much as pollution-driven illnesses.
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The demand for mental health services among kids is tremendous, but too often care is a luxury reserved for those who can afford it.
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Iyana Spruell points to her cousin Sterling Ulrich in a photo of them as teens in Merced, outside her home in San Francisco's Te
About 400 unhoused people stay at Hotel Whitcomb, and many deal with substance use disorders. That means staff who work at the hotel are fighting to keep guests alive.
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Cambodian refugees.
"I met Cambodians of different ages and backgrounds, who all had the same thing in common: the trauma of war still haunted them."
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May 28 Health Fair
Building on Express-News Reporter Laura Garcia's in-depth series on health care disparities in San Antonio, she will engage a panel of experts in a frank discussion about such inequities on the South Side, as well as solutions.
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KESQ News Channel 3 has been awarded a regional Edward R. Murrow Award in the category of News Series. The honor recognizes excellence in coverage for 'Troubled Waters: The Salton Sea Project.'
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This project is supported by a grant from USC Annenberg’s Center for Health Journalism 2022 California Impact Fund.
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Diabetic young women performing a glucose level blood test at home
Texas Public Radio’s Yvette Benavides and David Martin Davies went to San Antonio’s Woodlawn Lake Park and talked to people about how diabetes is impacting their lives.
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