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When you treat violence as a health problem, kids and communities heal, experts say

Cleveland.com (The Plain Dealer)

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Victims of violence found in hospitals are more likely to return for emergency care than those with chronic illnesses. As a result, communities like Cleveland, Ohio are trying the approach of treating violence as a public health issue. By employing social workers and peer mentors for the victims ...

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Amidst Afghanistan's Spiraling Insecurity, A Free Maternity Hospital Is Born

Bright Magazine

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The Anabah Maternity Center, is one of the few maternity hospitals in Afghanistan. It’s also free and staffed entirely by women. “Since opening, they have treated over 226,000 women and helped birth 38,000 children.”

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Denver home delivery services include urgent medical care, gym on wheels, late-night munchies

The Denver Post

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A Denver group called Dispatch Health is an urgent care "delivery" service. Instead of requiring the patient to come to the hospital, Dispatch Health come to the patient's home and administers care on site. The group is working to be more economical than a traditional hospital as well, with servi...

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Mobile Health Clinic Unveiled To Serve Uninsured While Lowering Emergency Room Use

KUER

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In Utah, expanding health care access is taking shape in the form of RVs equipped with exam rooms, medical assistants and a nurse. Specifically designed to serve uninsured community members, the newest mobile health clinic offers "a specialized focus on women’s health, as well as mental health an...

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