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Bloomberg

Noah Smith

19 September 2017

United States

Mixed Media

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The USA is currently at odds over its healthcare system. Perhaps, a solution can be found by looking to Japan's system which is a public-private hybrid where most is covered by the government and a smaller percentage ...

How We Get to Next

Greg Noone

15 September 2017

Africa

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Mosquito transmitted diseases are only becoming more prevalent due to climate change, posing a global health risk. Various methods are being tested such as genetic modification and gene drives, Project DiSARM-uses tec...

The Montgomery Advertiser

Kym Klass

14 September 2017

Alabama, United States

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Teenage suicides are gaining attention in order to prevent the "Silent Epidemic" of youth epidemic. Programs are now being implemented in schools to provide a place for students to get help, teachers are being educate...

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14 September 2017

New York, United States

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New York is taking strides to understand the stark racial disparities by increasing data collection about births and pregnancies. They are using targeted universalism with new initiatives with doulas and various suppo...

The New York Times

John Cary

12 September 2017

Haiti

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The cholera outbreak In Haiti affected and killed thousands of people, trying to treat patients as quickly as possible became a top priority. Mass Design Group designed Gheskio's Cholera Treatment Center developing an...

Narratively

Mark Oprea

31 August 2017

Ohio, United States

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As the number of veterans with both physical and psychological injuries balloons, this softball team of 11 wounded warriors wards helps one another deal with war trauma and combat isolation by playing a little ball.

The New York Times

Winnie Hu

28 August 2017

New York, United States

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City bike programs are currently facing off as dockless bike programs, such as Spin, are becoming more popular threatening to preexisting bike sharing programs. The public wants whichever program can best suit their n...

Kaiser Health News

Anna Gorman

9 August 2017

California, United States

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There is a racial disparity in science, the black population is extremely underrepresented and due to historically terrible treatment of black individuals by science they are very reluctant to engage in research. The...

Corpus Christi Caller Times

Krista M. Torralva

23 June 2017

Nueces County, Texas, United States

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In Nueces County, military style boot camp was the norm for troubled juveniles, who were forced to complete drills with instructors. Replacing this antiquated method with therapeutic support and yoga relaxation techni...

IRIN

Cissokho Lassana

5 June 2017

Passy Kaymor, Kaolack, Senegal

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As climate change has brought rising temperatures and more frequent droughts to much of Africa, some communities in Senegal are finding ways to survive by adapting their agricultural practices. Medicinal plants can be...

The New York Times

Patricia Leigh Brown

31 May 2017

California, United States

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Victims of trauma are at risk for greater difficulties and struggles such as substance abuse or depression. Trauma Recovery Centers are able to provide full service help whether its helping face the trauma or grief, d...

Reveal

Curtis Gilbert

6 May 2017

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Radio

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A Minneapolis police department has placed a new focus on equipping its officers with conflict de-escalation techniques. After incorporating communication and listening skills into its training, the department has see...

APM Reports

Curtis Gilbert

5 May 2017

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Mixed Media

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Police agencies in thirty-four different states offer little or no training in diffusing conflicts, resulting in an overuse of force and a sense of mistrust from the communities they serve. But now, some cities in the...

The Chronicle of Social Change

John Kelly

4 May 2017

Sacramento, United States

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Sacramento County Department of Health and Human Services arose from the need to improve the outcomes of drug addicted parents and their children, such as increasing reunification statistics. STARS employs case worker...

The Trace

Elizabeth Van Brocklin

1 May 2017

Cleveland, Ohio

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Gunshot victims are often treated at hospitals only to be sent back into the community, where 1/3 will end up back in the hospital again. With a new emphasis on prevention and addressing the underlying issues, Ohio is...

Richland Source

Brittany Schock

25 April 2017

Mansfield, Ohio, United States

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Community Health Workers in Richmond County work to reduce barriers - including employment, education, smoking, food security or housing - that may contribute to the likelihood of infant mortality. Using the Community...

Motherboard

Kaleigh Rogers

18 April 2017

New York, New York, United States

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Opioid addiction runs rampant in the United States. However, researchers are becoming more convinced that cannabis can help prevent opioid abuse from even happening. In states where cannabis is legal the rate of opioi...

BBC

Mukul Devichand, Nick Holland

18 April 2017

London, Greater London, United Kingdom

Radio

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Around the world, more and more people are launching projects through mobile apps that use smartphones to collect massive amounts of data for solving chronic issues. By asking thousands of volunteers to donate their d...

The Development Set

Dinsa Sachan

17 April 2017

Uganda

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In Africa, millions of people suffer from HIV and the majority of them are women. The dapivirine ring decreases the risk for women to receive HIV. The ring is in the piloting phase but early results show that it reduc...

BBC

Elizabeth Cassin, Tom Colls

11 April 2017

Saint Helier, Bailiwick of Jersey, United Kingdom

Radio

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On the island of Jersey, postal workers don’t just deliver the mail: they also check up on elderly people during their routes. With a quick face-to-face chat, they check that they’ve taken their medication and if ther...

Quartz

Andrew North

6 April 2017

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

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Mongolia, under the influence of Dr. Odontuya Davaasuren, has become very advanced in its palliative care. Patients are given full information about their diagnosis, are provided with the proper pain medications, fami...

Global Sisters Report

Melanie Lidman

6 April 2017

Rwanda

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Benebikira 'Sister Listeners' offer informal counseling to both victims and perpetrators of violence during the Rwanda genocide, seeking to forge a bridge of understanding. Their roles as listeners are especially impo...

The New York Times Magazine

Taffy Brodesser-Akner

30 March 2017

New York City, New York , United States

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Young adults who decide to abandon their cloistered Jewish communities have only one another to help them navigate the alternate reality of modern-day New York. Leaving their families and life can be extremely difficu...

BBC

Gemma Newby

28 March 2017

Cap-Haïtien, Department of Nord, Haiti

Radio

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Haiti is currently battling the biggest cholera epidemic in recent history caused by lack of access to clean drinking water. Soil is an NGO which delivers dry, compost toilets to peoples’ homes - alternatives to wat...

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