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In light of the November 7 mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, California, the Center for Health Journalism is sharing some past reporting and resources for reporters who find themselves covering tragedies such as this.
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BuzzFeed reporter Stephanie Lee explains how she went about obtaining crucial emails between Cornell researcher Brian Wansink and colleagues, showing a long history of troubling practices.
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Veteran health care business reporter Chad Terhune of KHN shares essential tips for delving into the finances of health care companies.
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Jim Neff of the Philadelphia Inquirer shares his views this week on what separates all-star investigative reporters from the rest of the pack.
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We're welcoming 16 talented journalists from around the nation to Los Angeles this week for the Center for Health Journalism’s 2018 Data Fellowship.
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While the Associated Press started advising reporters to avoid the word “commit” when covering suicide several years ago, many journalists and the public have yet to embrace the shift in language.
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A few things journalists should keep in mind while covering issues related to disability, which often don't get enough press.
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A recent CNN story about an insurer denying coverage for proton beam therapy is a classic case of the media hyping an unproven, costly treatment.
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In the Northern California city of Santa Rosa, two radio stations are teaming up to cover the story of a low-income neighorhood's annexation in an unconventional way.
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Have you thought about using data and public records to investigate medical marijuana in your state? Here are some great places to start.

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