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WIRED: The Big Show Journal is no ordinary gun magazine. The print periodical, which appears on newsstands nationwide six times a year, is also, according to its website, "America’s most interesting gun and knife magazine" and "America’s most more...
SFGate: Under the regulations issued by the Trump administration in early October, more employers, based on their religious beliefs or moral convictions, could choose to deny contraceptive coverage to their employees. In the Bay Area, women's health more...
The Daily Californian: High lead levels were found in water fixtures at three San Francisco public schools in October, according to the San Francisco Unified School District, raising questions about the quality of Berkeley’s own tap water. Professor more...
Voice of OC: In this op-ed, Kala Ghoory, a MPH student, writes about Santa Ana City Council voting on an ordinance that would make homelessness functionally illegal in the Civic Center. The ordinance bans possession of basic survival essentials and more...
Citylab: “It is completely unsafe to be here at this moment,” said Jennifer Franco, a resident of Fairfield, California, on Wednesday afternoon, as massive wildfires ripped through Santa Rosa and Napa a few miles west. But she wasn’t talking about more...
Rethinking Cancer: During Breast Cancer Awareness Month we reach out to friends who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, celebrate remissions and comfort those who have lost loved ones. But we should also consider why the U.S. has one of the more...
Tennesean: People who need physicians who speak a second language are likely to have a harder time finding their language spoken in Nashville than many other cities across the nation. Nashville ranked at number nine in the top 10 metro areas with more...
The Inquirer: It is no secret that physicians sometimes struggle to translate the language of medicine for their patients. Imagine what it’s like when they literally speak different languages. A new survey suggests that type of communication barrier more...
The Daily Californian: The North Bay fires are affecting the daily life and health of students and community members, causing a spike in Tang Center visits related to smoke inhalation as of Wednesday. Pollutants from the fires have affected air more...
MedPageToday: The wildfires still ravaging Northern California had claimed the lives of at least 17 people as of Wednesday, and hundreds more were reportedly hospitalized with burns and respiratory issues related to smoke inhalation. The death toll more...

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