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It's worth paying special attention to how many people complete the two-dose COVID-19 vaccination regimen.
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Reporters from around the country share their strategies.
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While other options have emerged, Healthy SF helps those who might otherwise fall through the cracks.
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For two decades, victims of U.S. nuclear bomb tests fought to obtain the Medicaid eligibility that was promised them. In the waning days of 2020, they won.
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Contributor Bill Heisel outlines three things you can do to put together an investigation of environmental threats near you.
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Data shows children who are committed under the Baker Act often are referred by school officials. School shootings and other incidents have placed more pressure on officials to intervene.
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Are new policies from the nation’s largest group of physicians on race a game changer — or too little too late?
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Each year, about 36,000 children in Florida are involuntarily committed for psychiatric evaluations under the state's Baker Act and disabled kids are becoming increasingly ensnared.
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As the state battles a new coronavirus surge, public health officials and lawmakers are grappling with how to better prepare skilled nursing facilities for the next infectious disease crisis.
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Parents and teachers demanded reviews into the Sheriff’s Office program. Some called for it to be canceled.

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