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Planning for End-of-Life

Age, education, and discussions about death are predictors of having a written plan or identifying someone to make decisions about end-of-life care.

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Limited Health Funding for AIANs

American Indians and Alaskan Natives (AIANs) can receive free health care from facilities that receive money allocated by Congress to the Indian Health Service, but funding is unevenly distributed. 

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Making Strides Towards Zero

San Francisco has made steady progress towards fulfilling its goals of achieving zero HIV deaths, zero new infections, and zero stigma by 2020.

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Global Flood Risk under Climate Change

Globally, flood frequency is predicted to increase across 42% of the earth’s land regions. Areas expected to be most affected are low-income countries in the lower latitudes.

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Warts Up?

A recent study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention measured the prevalence of anogenital warts in the United States. Herd protection is working.

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Zip Codes Matter for Infant Mortality

Texas has the 19th lowest infant mortality rate in the country. However, a new report from the University of Texas System Population Health shows considerable variation in infant deaths by zip code within the state.

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How Far Do Women Have to Travel to Get an Abortion?

Women who want to have an abortion performed in the middle of the country must travel much farther than women living on the coasts to reach a provider, in some cases 180 miles or more.

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2017 Gun Violence in Boston

In Boston, various communities experience different levels of gun violence. Here’s an interactive look at the data by neighborhood.

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What the Frack?

In some communities fracking is an essential boom for local economies that brings jobs, higher wages, and lower unemployment rates. But the fracking industry can also have a negative effect.

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