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Center for Health Journalism Fellowships Posts

Here is where you'll find news about the Center for Health Journalism Fellowships program and its participants. Check back often for updates on Fellows and their work, live-blogging of our seminars, and more from our staff.

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One by one, elected officials and others stepped somberly to the microphone in a cheerless homeless shelter in San Jose to read the names of the dead: Michael Guilford. Dean Rowland. John Doe. The list stretched on.
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Leaders on the front lines of the campaign to eradicate homelessness in L.A. are cautiously celebrating the rewards of the health-driven policy known as “housing first.”
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The Journal Sentinel's James Causey draws on his deep reporting journeys in his native 53206 ZIP to distill seven essential reporting tips.
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Many residents of Northern California’s Humboldt County endure high levels of adversity and loads of toxic stress, leading to poor health behaviors and increased risk of serious health conditions.
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Triple-digit temperatures are hitting the San Joaquin Valley at record frequency. For some 400,000 farmworkers in the San Joaquin Valley, the consequences could prove deadly.
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While the overcrowded living conditions of farmworkers have been well reported, the Central California city of Salinas has yet to find a solution. 
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When and why does ICE inject detainees with sedatives? And what kind of medications are officials using? A reporter seeks answers on a disturbing practice.
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There are some states that do not require people with domestic violence convictions to surrender their firearms or prohibit them from possessing a gun. California does.
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Often when journalists cover sexual assault, they focus on the details of what happened. Rarely do we pause to look at the long-term mental and emotional impacts on the person who came forward about the assault.
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The Denver Post hosted community conversations that are part of a larger project looking at youth suicide in Colorado — and whether more could be done to address the issue.

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