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WBHM of Birmingham, Alabama, seeks an energetic reporter to tell engaging stories on-air and online about health and science.
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NPRs Science Desk is looking for an experienced, versatile health editor to take a leading role in our multiplatform coverage of consumer health trends, medicine, public health, biotech and health policy.
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WBUR is seeking a multimedia journalist to join their CommonHealth unit - a multi-platform effort to report on health, medicine and life sciences.
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AskMen is looking for a dynamic Health & Fitness Editor to join their New York or Montreal team.
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Interested in reporting on federal and state policy for pharmaceuticals? The Politico Pro health team has an opening for an experienced health care reporter.
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The Institute for Nonprofit News is searching for someone with a passion for news, exemplary writing and editing skills to be their new Communications & Advocacy Director.
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Men's Health is looking for an Associate Editor passionate about and deeply entrenched in the science of health and well-being for men.
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This week: WXXI Public Broadcasting needs a new health reporter. Also highlighted are opportunities at various newspaper and magazine outlets.
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The USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, Center for Health Journalism, is seeking an energetic and enthusiastic professional for this part-time Health Editor position.

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