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Dea Deujsch (C) participates in a candle light vigil for Dr. George Tiller in Old Town May 31, 2009 in Wichita, Kansas. Dr. Geor
Ever-harsher restrictions in Texas force more women to seek care out of state.
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Michaella Jones hands out sterile supplies from the HEPPAC mobile outreach vehicle in April 2020.
As the pandemic intensifies the overdose crisis in Alameda County and elsewhere, harm reduction advocates step in where government lags.
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Dana Ullman is reporting on health-related stories for The Mendocino Voice with support from the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism. This article was produced as a series for the 2021 Center for Health Journalism California Fellowship....
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"There are systems in place in California that make it almost impossible to have a birth center. It’s like a never-ending cycle," said one midwife.
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Dana Ullman is reporting on health-related stories for The Mendocino Voice with support from the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism. This article was produced as a series for the 2021 Center for Health Journalism California Fellowship....
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This story was written by SweSwe Aye while participating in the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism's 2021 California Fellowship.
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Aducanumab is the first new drug approved to treat Alzheimer’s disease in nearly 20 years. But some in the medical community were stunned by the approval.
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Fifteen years ago, Kojo Nsoah was experiencing homelessness in San Francisco.
A pilot program with San Mateo County’s public health plan aims to stop the revolving door between the emergency room, nursing home and street.
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African American are resilient, but enough is enough, says Observer senior staff writer.
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Dana Ullman is reporting on health-related stories for The Mendocino Voice with support from the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism. This article was produced as a series for the 2021 Center for Health Journalism California Fellowship.
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A Maricopa County constable evicts an apartment resident for nonpayment of rent in Phoenix, Arizona.
Reporters share how the Supreme Court decision changed the story in their states – or didn’t.
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