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Co-published with The Nation. Unless there are drastic changes to how we apportion health care in this country, the future of rural care will be either …

Co-published with The American ProspectChristian health shares market themselves as a cheaper alternative, but have no obligation to actually pay health care bills. Life under them …

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. In the season finale, Dallas-based mother and doula, Trish, demonstrates what agency from day one looks like for Black …

Co-published with The Guardian and SoutherlyHundreds of workers fell ill after cleaning up America’s largest industrial disaster without proper gear. Twelve years …

Co-published with the Los Angeles Review of Books. Jennifer Michael Hecht relates George Wileman's new photo series to thoughts of pandemic isolation and the specter of …

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. This week, we discuss the stigma around home births, and explore the radical work of full-spectrum doulas and the …

Co-published with the Washington PostI hope that I am among the last who will languish for years with swollen gums and big dreams.

Co-published with The GuardianThe cycle of buying and selling care homes has led to shortcuts, closures, even fraud – and imperiled vulnerable residents’ health.

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. Unable to find an OBGYN that reciprocated the genuine excitement and warmth she felt about becoming a mother for …

Co-published with Texas Observer. Remote health care has the potential to connect patients to doctors safely during shelter-in-place. So why do so many Texans remain disconnected?

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. Marilyn and Yvonne are two parents determined to grow their families. When pregnancy loss disrupts their plans, they turn …

Co-published with The CrisisFor the one in five Black people who were already living with mental health issues, the COVID-19 crisis has upended the normalcy that …

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