A Los Angeles hospital is under investigation after the death of a Black woman in its maternity care. The lack of diversity in clinical trials for an Alzheimer's drug raises concerns for patients.
Health Equity & Social Justice
A former judge wants youth who are grappling with violence and poverty to know that there are more paths open to them than they imagine.
Explore the systemic failures in California's family courts that perpetuate injustice for domestic violence survivors, including dismissive judges and a lack of transparency.
Also this week: Asian Americans with ADHD go underdiagnosed, and report details failings in health care for women, people of color.
A reporter reflects on what she learned from a five-part series on the abuse of people intellectual and developmental disabilities, and the broader social challenges they face.
Anna Wolfe became a reporter to tell the stories of those who had little to nothing. Her reporting has uncovered massive corruption in a state that can scarcely afford it.
The health crisis is pushing health officials to prioritize access to culturally competent care to close racial gaps in care and improve outcomes.
Real community activists continue to shine a light on problems well after the media has packed up their equipment and moved on to the next story. Reporters should use the term advisedly.
This week, we’re launching a new column anchored by veteran journalist James Causey of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that explores health inequities in the broadest sense.
“I want to highlight not just fact checking, but also source checking,” Dr. Seema Yasmin told fellows.