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Jamie Maraviglia has spent long days and nights in the hospital, but her time at home with medical bills is sometimes even more intense.
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The patient was near death. The physician almost missed it — and warns problems like this will grow as the nation expands telehealth without improving access to technology.
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In hard-hit Navajo Nation, fighting COVID-19 means addressing a long history of underinvestment and policy neglect.
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COVID-19 has underscored the disparities faced by immigrant communities in access to medical care and financial support in the state.
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A public health expert understands the pressure to play: “My college dreams were unlikely without sports.” But he calls on schools to cancel the season and honor scholarships.
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As conversations about defunding the police have sprung up across the U.S., some sexual assault survivors and advocates have joined the fray to call for changes to the system.
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Natasha Josefowitz looks beyond her balcony at the White Sands Retirement Community in La Jolla
Except for end-of-life situations, visitors largely haven’t stepped foot in facilities in months, leading to calls for access and balance. Outdoor visits are allowed but many operators do not permit them.
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Dominique Green at a Carmichael Park.
Two days before her 22nd birthday last fall, Dominique Green was at the Rocklin Police Department reporting a rape, still shaken from a violent incident with a former coworker the night before.
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A street in downtown Sacramento during California's COVID-19 stay at home order.
CapRadio healthcare reporter Sammy Caiola discusses her reporting on the intersection of race, police violence and sexual assault.
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It's hard to tell the story of how the Marshallese came to America without starting with the nuclear bombs.
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A man takes off his scarf at a restaurant in Biloxi, Mississippi.
Hundreds of studies show Medicaid expansion saves lives. So why do lawmakers reject the program or impose punitive rules during a pandemic that hit low-income Black and Brown people so hard?
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