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The pandemic just made these problems worse — and the inequities more glaring.
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"No going back" has been sociologist Manuel Pastor's rallying cry since the pandemic began. He now fears we're going back.
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For transparency, and the health and safety of low-income patients, we’re suing L.A. Care.
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Experts are warning that disparities in long Covid will prevail in communities of color while treatment remains inaccessible.
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The philosophy of harm reduction spread internationally when activists and caregivers sought ways to reduce suffering and health risks during the AIDS crisis in the '80s.
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Rocha Garcia’s anxiety touched on a rarely discussed reality of life in San Antonio: Your health, as well as your quality of life and opportunities, are powerfully influenced by where you live.
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The award-winning reporter shares insights and tips from her decade of immersing herself in the lives of one family battling poverty and homelessness.
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"As a court reporter, the increase in domestic violence cases on court dockets transformed my understanding of domestic violence in the 21st century."
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A reporter explores the urgency in Los Angeles to address the issue of mental illness among the homeless population, including a major new statewide Medicaid program called CalAIM.
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Meanwhile, kids ages 5 through 11 could be lining up for their boosters within a month or so.
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One resident's kitchen was gutted after a car crashed into her building. But no one from management fixed it for three months.
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