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California has the highest rate of unmet mental health treatment needs in the country.  
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Who killed this smart system to monitor health care workplace safety?
Why did the Occupational Health Safety Network meet with such an abrupt demise?
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A look at how trust breakdown is threatens vaccine efforts. Plus, pandemic reporters talk shop.
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This story was produced as a joint project led by Nathan O'Neal and Colton Shone, participants in the 2020 National Fellowship, that cover the variety of circumstances that contribute to health disparities in the Navajo Natio...
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Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: Cincinnati Business Courier is looking for a health reporter
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Hrag Bekerian, administrator of Gem Transitional Care Center, poses at the Pasadena center on Friday, August 7, 2020. The nursin
One facility was hit hard – 50-plus COVID cases and more than a dozen deaths. Another endured only 3 cases and just one patient died. Many factors likely figure in the difference.
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A bill that would increase workplace protections for domestic workers is now before California's governor.
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 Caleb La Chance, 18, sits on the steps of the RV he lives in for a portrait on Tuesd
In Utah, a lucrative for-profit industry thrives with minimal regulation from state officials.
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Are our identities and backgrounds liabilities or strengths in journalism? A reporter shares her takeaways from interviewing immigration advocates.
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When touching the twins, Colton and Alysia apply steady pressure so they don’t overwhelm the infants with the sensation.
Pregnant women afflicted with COVID-19 face potentially terrifying ordeals, especially when the pregnancy is already high-risk.
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Many factors can contribute to how severely the virus strikes a home, including its location and size. But having enough staff is vital, especially during a pandemic, experts say. New research backs that up.
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