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Medicare reporting, once a staple of health care journalism, has largely disappeared from health and political beats. Seniors are paying the price.
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What stories are you ignoring? What stories might be consuming too much of your bandwidth? Are you spending too much time with one particular source? It's worth scrutinizing your inbox periodically.
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Given that one in four children in this country has a chronic condition, the human costs of such negligence are high.
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Reporting this story really opened my eyes to how important it is to collectively think about how we ought to care for seniors — and how little we actually do that.
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In the fires that devastated Paradise and Santa Rosa, kids were often the most vulnerable.
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Has San Francisco's pre-Obamacare safety net plan been superseded by history?
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San Franicsco is pushing to be among the first cities in the world to end the transmission of HIV. But reaching those most at risk of dying will require aggressive and unconventional public health strategies.
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Veteran journalist and a public records wizard Sarah Cohen offers essential advice for how to be more effective in your records requests.
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When horrific cases of child abuse make headlines, social workers are often painted as neglecting their duty. But is a system that protects parental rights and keeping families intact really to blame?
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In Texas, a mother’s chance of delivering her child by cesarean section and a baby’s chance of experiencing health problems early in life have a lot to do with the place she gives birth.

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