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We had some wallpaper drama at our house recently. It got me thinking about the value of building a specialized skill set as a health journalist.
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Unlicensed sober homes pop up all of the time, they aren't tracked by the state of California, and they are not held accountable by any government system.
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American Public Media Group's Marketplace is looking for a senior health care reporter in Washington, D.C.
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Don't go into a community, especially one living with generations of trauma, with an agenda or a set of fixed assumptions. Had I done that, I wouldn’t have gotten very far in my reporting.
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By partnering with teens, a reporter seeking a deeper understanding of health in local communities finds some of the best fixers around.
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"I ultimately found a handful of good sources who were willing to share their personal housing struggles. But it took a lot more work than I expected to get there."
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Black women make up less than 10% of Los Angeles County’s population, yet they are more likely to experience intimate partner violence than women of other racial and ethnic groups that comprise greater portions of the population.  ...
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A report from The Morning Sun in Pittsburg, Kansas and GateHouse Media’s National Data and Investigations Team is a good reminder that there can be much more to these stories.
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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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