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Life on the Edge: Alameda County Mobile Therapists Treat Low-Income Moms Suffering Postpartum Depression
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Politics of Immigration Add Stress for Many Latinos, and Leave Them Wary of Seeking Help
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For Many Latinos, Modern Politics is Unhealthy
Pre-term births; toxic stress; a 6-year-old with PTSD — mental health experts say such woes are at epidemic levels. The Center for Health Reporting partnered with The Orange County Register on this deep dive on politics’ negative impacts on the Latinx community.
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Operating out of the Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics, the Center for Health Reporting (CHR) explores questions about the quality, cost and accessibility of healthcare in California.