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Pregnant women in LA's safety net system often struggle to get adequate mental health care. The problem is made worse by the lack of psychiatrists trained to work with pregnant women.
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California Healthline and Kaiser Health News (KHN) are seeking an energetic digital reporter for the team.
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While ACA repeal efforts have stalled, the individual mandate is gone and Medicaid work requirements are proliferating. Two expert observers weigh in on states' growing role in shaping health policy.
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One of the busiest free clinics in the state of North Carolina closed its doors in 2016. A reporter decided to find out what that meant for the health of the county's disproportionately poor residents.
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In Washington, Congress is scrambling to come up with a budget by Thursday to avoid a government shutdown. Caught up in the mix: $3.6 billion for community clinics. Millions of people use those clinics to see a doctor.
Jorge Castro, a member of the Self-Help Federal Credit Union in San Diego’s City Heights neighborhood, fills out an application
In low-income neighborhoods beset by predatory lending and check-cashing hubs, options for building credit and savings are scarce. A credit union that opened last year seeks to change that.
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The first 1,000 days of nutrition can set a child’s course for life or perpetuate a cycle of poverty.
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Check out this week's full roundup of job openings. Also, applications are still being accepted for the Impact Fund and two additional health fellowships.
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The Trump Administration’s announcement that it will look favorably upon Medicaid waivers to require employment or “community engagement” has drawn much criticism, as well as a lawsuit, for its seeming incompatibility with the purposes of health coverage. But for those who are familiar with the long

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We recently spoke with Brenda Woods-Placky, director of the Climate Matters program at Climate Central, to discuss how journalists can best report on the science and health impact of climate change.
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Susan Moore has colon cancer. She couldn’t afford transportation to dialysis three times a week. Until recently, she wanted to die. Her story struck reporter Tracie Potts especially hard.

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