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Choctaw Nation's tribal police headquarters in Durant, Okla. The tribal nation hired a mental health liaison to work between the
Choctaw Nation and other tribal nations have made big investments in tribally run mental health care in the wake of a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
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Teonna Woolford, 31, in Owings Mills, Maryland on November 4, 2022. Woolford has sickle cell disease and has been unable to affo
There's little discussion of the impact on fertility, and the broader lack of reproductive and sexual health care for young people living with this complex disease.
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Community organizations partnered with New York’s Department of Health to vaccinate children against COVID in the fall of 2021.
Also, grassroots health organizations left out of COVID funding, and infections are on the rise as winter approaches.
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A woman wears a face mask while walking under a sign that reads "Relax think COVID free thoughts" during the coronavirus outbrea
Many Hispanics are being left in the dark about long Covid. This is what some patients have learned through self-advocacy. .
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"Se llevaron hasta el último céntimo", dijo una víctima del SNAP, que ya no puede permitirse comprar un regalo de Navidad a su hijo.
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Elizabeth Rodríguez, su hijo Mikey Rodríguez de 8 años, y su hija adolescente se quedan temporalmente en casa de su hermana, des
This project was produced as project for the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2022 National Fellowship and its Kristy Hammam Fund for Health Journalism....
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Four years after the rape of a woman at Hacienda HealthCare launched reforms, critics say the state is still not doing enough to protect people with IDD from abuse.
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Carmen Díaz limpia la habitación de su hijo de 9 años en Hamden.
This project was produced as project for the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2022 National Fellowship and its Kristy Hammam Fund for Health Journalism....
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A line of more than 30 cars await a food distribution event to begin at Copper Mountain College in Joshua Tree on Aug. 2, 2022.
The long line of cars waiting for food on that sizzling Saturday morning in Bloomington, California is a memory that I will never forget.
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Danny Kim walks a parade for the Temple Abbot, Say Bunthon during the Holy Water Blessing ceremony at the Fresno Cambodian Buddh
For many in the community, the temple provides a place to heal from the past and supports community well-being.
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Growing up isn’t easy for anyone. But for someone with an intellectual or developmental disability, it can feel impossible.
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