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The New York Times: The co-authors of this article, Public Health Professor Richard Scheffler and Sherry Glied, dean of Public Service at the New York University, argue that the Affordable Care Act has successfully achieved many of is coverage and more...
Hoodline: 'I Got Nothing,' a photo exhibition that showcases the work of nine young photographers who are currently living in supportive housing in SoMa. These photographers examined how living on a budget affects their relationship with food, their more...
The Daily Californian: The author of this article highlights the environmental degradation of Bayview, a small community in the Bay Area with a majority of low-income African-American residents. The environmental hazards cause a health degradation more...
San Francisco Chronicle: "A unique program at UC Berkeley created to give future doctors a social conscience before they’re sent to UCSF to finish their medical training is being targeted for closure as the university grapples with a severe budget more...
Santa Cruz Sentinel: UC Berkeley's budget cuts might cause the shuttering of the nearly 40-year-old Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program. The program admits 16 students each year and two thirds of each year's graduates become primary physicians who more...
Mercury News: UC Berkeley's budget cuts could force the shutdown of the Joint Medical Program, a collaboration between UC Berkeley's School of Public Health and UCSF. This program only admits 16 students a year but trains "some of the country's most more...
Becker's Hospital Review: A new study, a collaboration between UC Berkeley School of Public Health and New York University's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, found that Covered California, the state's Affordable Care Act health more...
KQED News: UC Berkeley's budget cut could force the shutdown of the Joint Medical Program, part of Berkeley's School of Public Health. The program only admits 16 students a year most of whom go into primary care. John Balmes, acting director of the more...
The Guardian: A group of formerly homeless youth, who now live in the first permament supporting housing facility that San Francisco funded for homeless youth between 18 and 24, is part of a study that explores how having permanent housing and more...
Science Daily: When it comes to predicting death, more rudimentary measures -- like a person's age or ability to walk or climb stairs -- are much more powerful predictors of survival than certain biomarkers, according to researchers at Princeton more...

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