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Black Infant Health program leader, Lesha Porter, right, gives a high five.

A reporter finds new ways to tell stories of black infant mortality amid newsroom layoffs

Five practical takeaways from reporting on how communities are tackling persistent disparities in infant mortality, in the midst of newsroom downsizing and shifting beats.
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Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: Openings in magazines and digital

Men's Health is looking for an enterprising features editor to develop, assign, and edit the most impactful journalism and ambitious storytelling across all channels of the Men's Health brand—including web, print, social, and video.
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Pediatricians warn of long-term harm for children detained at border

As women and mothers, we are astonished at the reported conditions. But as pediatricians, we are deeply concerned about the long-term health impacts of these kids are likely to face.
Street venders sell hormones, muscle creams and other remedies at an informal medicine market in the MacArthur Park area of Los

Black market drugs offer risky relief for uninsured, low-income Californians

For the uninsured in Los Angeles, buying needed medication often means visiting informal street medicine markets like the one in the MacArthur Park area and taking a chance on their health.
Migrant children face huge challenges as they enter U.S. school system

Migrant children face huge challenges as they enter U.S. school system

A reporter sets out to explore the unprecedented challenges education professionals are facing as they attempt to create programs that support undocumented children who are navigating life in a foreign country.
A memorial celebrating the life of Armstrong in 2012 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Stories on Neil Armstrong's death remind us to check out our own heart care centers

The recent news that Armstrong’s death in 2012 may have been due to complications from a medical procedure was big news for history buffs, space fans, and investigative reporters. Here's why.
Immigration raids leave lasting toll on community health in Iowa

Immigration raids leave lasting toll on community health in Iowa

In May, ICE agents raided a precast concrete plant on Mount Pleasant’s west side. Thirty-two men, most from Guatemala, were detained. That one event has led to months of turmoil for the families of the men and the community.
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Socioeconomic status and health are linked. But what does that really mean?

Researchers offer reporters some tips for avoiding common pitfalls when talking about the effect of socioeconomic status on health.


Got a great idea for a reporting project on the health of underserved communities in California or on the performance of the state's health and social safety nets?  We're offering reporting grants of $2,000 to $10,000, plus six months of mentoring, to up to eight individual journalists, newsrooms or cross-newsroom collaboratives.  Deadline to apply:  September 20.

Interested in honing your data analysis and visualization skills and taking home a reporting grant of $2,000-$3,500? Dates: October 23-26. Deadline to apply: August 26. Click on the headline to learn more.


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