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Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: The New York Times seeks a health and science editor

Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: The New York Times seeks a health and science editor
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Coronavirus Files: Even Among the Young, COVID-19 Kills More People of Color

Children and young people from minority groups are most at risk of COVID-19 complications. Also, Trump’s leadership, journalistic ethics under debate with new Woodward interview release.
A student follows along remotely with their regular school teacher's online live lesson from a desk separated from others by pla

As the great school experiment unfolds, poignant stories and perils abound

As one mom put it: “If it were short-term, sure, we can endure that level of suffering, but for a year or two? I feel like I have to take a bit of a risk.”
Viet-CARE members and other participants at the third annual Asian & Pacific Islander Mental Health Empowerment Conference gathe

Mental healthcare for Cambodian, Vietnamese refugees limited by shortage of bicultural, bilingual providers

The need for mental health services in the Vietnamese community is high, but there’s a strong stigma attached to mental health in the community, and members aren’t always able to access the type of services they need.
Who killed this smart system to monitor health care workplace safety?

Who killed this smart system to monitor health care workplace safety?

Why did the Occupational Health Safety Network meet with such an abrupt demise?
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Coronavirus Files: Falling trust in federal agencies

A look at how trust breakdown is threatens vaccine efforts. Plus, pandemic reporters talk shop.
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Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: Cincinnati Business Courier is looking for a health reporter

Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: Cincinnati Business Courier is looking for a health reporter
Hrag Bekerian, administrator of Gem Transitional Care Center, poses at the Pasadena center on Friday, August 7, 2020. The nursin

A tale of two Southern California nursing homes in the era of coronavirus

One facility was hit hard – 50-plus COVID cases and more than a dozen deaths. Another endured only 3 cases and just one patient died. Many factors likely figure in the difference.

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