After a busy farmers' market at the Southeast Community Center, artist Malik Seneferu described how his hard past helped paint a brighter future.
Community & Public Health
Are doctors targeting low-income and Black women with types of birth control that are long-lasting and more difficult to discontinue?
Physician shortage persists in underserved areas. Black women's advocacy after 40 years.
“It is such an epidemic, I think people don’t realize,” one survivor said. “And if they can start learning about the signs of grooming and abuse, I think that’s the point where we can step in.”
Massachusetts has fallen behind dozens of other states that have passed stricter laws to protect kids from abuse, an investigation finds.
A journalist recounts her journey to find Punjabi-speaking farmworkers in California and share their untold stories.
An unhoused man in Milwaukee reflects on his struggles, shedding light on how hard it can be to escape the grip of homlessness.
Domestic abusers often evade the legal system with many cases being underreported, but on reservations, a lack of coordination between federal, state, and tribal laws makes prevention and prosecution even more difficult.
Arkansas is home to more psychiatric residential treatment facilities than almost any other state in the country, but oversight is woefully lacking.
The American Academy of Pediatrics released new guidelines for managing childhood obesity, but the recommendations are a challenge for overwhelmed health systems.