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Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: KUNM, WomensHealthMag.com, CVS Health and CNBC.com are all hiring

KUNM needs a new public health reporter in Albuquerque , plus, be sure to check out this week's roundup of fellowships and awards.
Madonna Pappan and her child in 2013. Pappan was is one of three Sioux mothers who sued South Dakota over its alleged violation

Inside the Native American foster care crisis tearing families apart

A shortage of Native foster families has led to pain, lawsuits, and echoes of a painful history.
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A rise in transgender murders? There is for one particular minority group

Young black and Latina transfeminine people are at an increased risk for homicide compared with their non-transgender peers, research finds.
In 2016, a group of Kern Medical Center doctors and staff members introduced a clinical trial to study Fluconazole, a drug regul

One year after federal health officials launch first-of-its-kind valley fever drug trial, few have enrolled

Just 48 people have signed up across California and Arizona for a new clinical trial of Fluconazole, an antifungal drug used to treat valley fever. That's far fewer than officials had expected.
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Diagnosing gentrification

When neighborhoods change, it doesn’t just affect long-term residents’ housing options. It might be making them sick.
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Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: Today is the last day to apply for the AHCJ-California Health Journalism Fellowships

If you're a California print, broadcast and online journalists make sure don't forget to apply to the AHCJ-California Health Journalism Fellowship.
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Seven signs that point to a huge and growing workforce shortage in health care

Growth in health care employment will fluctuate but the long-range trend is decidedly upward, as these seven signs suggest.
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Author’s indictment of our health care system is also a call for ‘slow’ approach to care

Victoria Sweet’s new book offers a personal take on where modern medicine went wrong, and suggests that corporate restraints stand in the way of a more thoughtful approach to care.

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