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A reporter discovers firsthand the darker side of living in Northern California's seemingly idyllic Mendocino County.
Recruiting Hollywood A-listers for help, Reiner paved the way for passage of a tobacco tax to fund programs for California's you
The story was produced as a project for USC Annenberg's 2018 National Fellowship.
Robert By Khang was the first Hmong refugee to move to Sacramento after the Vietnam War.
They fought alongside U.S. forces in Vietnam. Generations later, trauma still haunts Sacramento’s Hmong community.
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Starting treatment for opioid addiction in the hospital may seem obvious, yet it often doesn't happen. A growing program is trying to change that.
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A few things journalists should keep in mind while covering issues related to disability, which often don't get enough press.
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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.  
Connie White, left, and her daughter, Lataevia Gaskin, listen during a Restorative Justice Louisville meeting in January 2018. (
For the past decade, the vast majority of the young people in Louisville’s secure detention facility have been black. A reporter wonders why more people aren't talking about the disparity.
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Consumer Reports is looking for a senior writer and editor to help create a range of digital, print, social, interactive, and video content with a health focus.
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Parks can improve health and fight climate change. But not all parks affect a community the same way. Increasingly, activists and residents are asking the question, "Who's it for?"
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“We need to think of race as a proxy for racism, rather than race as a proxy for biology," says Drexel University's Michael Yudell.
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A recent CNN story about an insurer denying coverage for proton beam therapy is a classic case of the media hyping an unproven, costly treatment.

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