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A new reporting project will examine child abuse deaths and near-deaths over a five-year span to gain a better understanding of how poverty contributes to child abuse across Alabama.
USC Annenberg Awards Fellowships, Health Data Reporting Grants to 16 Journalists
We're welcoming 16 talented journalists from around the nation to Los Angeles this week for the Center for Health Journalism’s 2018 Data Fellowship.
The roadside attraction known as "the world's largest thermometer" lights up the road through Baker, in the California desert. O
Molly is one of the recipients of the 2018 Impact Fund, a program of USC Annenberg's Center for Health Journalism.
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The Central Valley's Kern County reported a 30 percent rise in overdose deaths from 2016 to 2017, bucking the statewide decline in fatal overdoses.
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While California has readily embraced the Affordable Care Act, thousands of uninsured or underinsured still turn out for a mega free clinic in Los Angeles every year. Here are a few of their stories.
As revenue declines from one 'sin tax,' California considers tapping another for children's programs
Taxes on recreational marijuana "won't be a panacea," one First 5 official said, but advocates still hope they'll be directed toward early intervention and education.
John O'Dowd, left, and Catriona Milosevic, of the UK's National Health Service, meet grocer Carl Lewis.

A serendipitous visit from a Scottish delegation fuels a deep dive into the health effects of child poverty at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

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How many deaths and needless suffering could be prevented if county jails had better health care systems?
Bharat Dungrani, an environmental health specialist for the L.A. County Health Dept, removes moisture from soil samples collecte
Joe Rubin is a Sacramento-based investigative reporter and a fellow with USC Annenberg’s Center for Health Journalism. His reporting on workplace exposures to lead in California has appeared in Capital & Main.
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Reporter Vicki Gonzalez spent the past year on this series as a recipient of the 2018 California Fellowship with USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism.  
The Swearing-in Ceremony of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh
"I am often asked why public health should care about the role of the court and who sits on it. The answer is simple: Court rulings can support or overturn policies that dramatically affect the public’s health."

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