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Healthline is looking for freelance health, science and public policy reporters. Check out this and other positions in this week's jobs roundup.
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SELF is seeking an experienced health editor with a strong background in science-based health and wellness editing to oversee news and features for the magazine.
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Get the latest job listings in health journalism and communications, including radio, newspaper and online editing.
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FoxNews.com is looking for a temporary health writer/editor to identify, write, and produce health stories with national interest.
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Check out these new health journalism openings across the country and California journalists, don't forget to apply to the 2018 California Health Data Journalism Fellowship
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Yahoo Lifestyle is seeking a writer with a knack for identifying trending stories with a particular interest in health and wellness.
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Center for Health Journalism is accepting applications for the 2018 California Fellowship and new job openings for online and print.
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DailyMail.com is looking for an enthusiastic and talented Health Reporter to join its expanding New York operation.
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Applications are now open for the 2018 California Fellowship, plus health journalist jobs available.
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Boston Magazine is looking for someone to own the wellness section on all platforms, including digital, print, social media and events.

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