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A guide to help people, including those with severe mental illness and their loved ones, navigate the complicated legal process.  
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Brian plays on his electric keyboard while working on a song in his music studio in his Palo Alto home on Aug. 22, 2022.
As demand skyrocketed during the pandemic, already scarce resources for youth were stretched even thinner.
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Gene Ampon, 75, at the Seattle home he shared with his life partner, Roger Anderson.
To tell the story, we needed to track down a man who was committed to a state hospital over a half-century ago. Even if we found him, would he talk to us?
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(Photo by Alicia Devine, USA TODAY Network/Tallahassee Democrat)
Many families in rural America struggle to access obstetric care, and mothers of color, already facing higher risks, are left especially vulnerable.
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White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator Ashish Jha speaks during the daily briefin
Also, a new study finds stress and depression are linked to long COVID.
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David Martin Davies stands at a table in a park near the West Side of San Antonio as part of an effort to meet people where they
"We’re reporters and we know how to access people for our stories, but this was going to take a paradigm shift."
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Ignacio Torres Rodriguez sells churros, papas and more at Whittier’s Avenue 26 Family Market
As they battle the double threat of attack and criminalization, street vendors report chronic stress and trauma.
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In 2017 Josie Williams and the Greensboro Housing Coalition walked through the Cottage Grove neighborhood, pointing out issues t
Although the upgrades at Cottage Gardens are ongoing, emergency department visits have dropped significantly.
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(Photo by Shawn Dowd/Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
It started with a deceptively simple question: Why are there more trees in some parts of town than others?
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Norma Vargas uses multiple medications to manage her severe asthma, which she developed while growing up in a San Joaquin Valley
Long-term exposure to the particulate matter released by open agricultural burning has been associated with a suite of health problems, and the communities most affected are majority-Latino.
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The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District office in Fresno.
Nearly two decades of postponing a ban on burning have left clean air advocates dubious that local air regulators will follow through.
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