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Hitch a ride and check out the Hope Buss, a Louisville grocery ride service
The Hope Buss offers free rides to the grocery store for people without personal transportation.
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“Toxic City: Sick Schools,” a three-part Inquirer investigative series, won the $5,000 Gannett Award for Innovation in Watchdog Journalism, which will be presented to The Inquirer at IRE’s June conference in Houston.
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Part 2: EDs Deal With Shortfalls In Mental Health Care
The rise in patients has left hospitals searching for solutions, with an eye toward the bottom line. It’s costly to care for patients languishing in emergency departments, running up losses in behavioral health, hospitals say.
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How reporters can find patients to interview while absorbing valuable background on Twitter.
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It can be very difficult to find long-term care in California, and it’s even harder for families without a nest egg to pay for it. That spells trouble, because California is getting older.
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One of the most common arguments against single-payer health systems is that they lead to the rationing of care. Such arguments overlook the rationing baked into the current U.S. system.
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A new reporting project will "examine the health risks to the public that can occur when society and local governments neglect or underfund initiatives to alleviate conditions where homeless populations live."
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EverydayHealth.com is seeking an e-Health Editor to lead their e-health content strategy and execution.
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State and federal nutritional guidelines exist for public schools, but who's regulating after school programs and child care centers?
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Why does one of the wealthiest countries in the world make its most vulnerable citizens choose between food or shelter?
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An uninsured mother and her son wait at a free health clinic in Inglewood, California.
A look at how the country’s two biggest states have insured their kids helps explain why nearly 4 million American children remain without health coverage.
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