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Unequal Harms of Nearby Large Swine Farms

The association between industrial hog operations and gastrointestinal illness in rural eastern North Carolina highlights environmental injustices among Native American and Black communities.

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“It’s Just a Migraine”

Limited research and knowledge gaps about migraines leaves patients and some providers in the dark.

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Love Bites

A qualitative study provided insight into the challenges Chagas disease patients face, and lessons for improving screening and care.

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Welfare Stigma

Mothers who experienced welfare stigma reported poor health.

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Saving on the Snip

Male sexual and reproductive services available at publicly funded California health clinics are limited, and vasectomies are not covered by many insurance plans.

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Digital Exclusion and the Undocumented

How did relationships with digital technologies affect access to COVID-19 information and care for undocumented Latino immigrants in the United States?

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Feeling the Heat

California residents living through more frequent wildfires had varied experiences due to environmental, social, and economic factors.

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Testing Inclusivity and Innovation Benefits All

A non-invasive saliva-based COVID-19 test proved to be a minimally disruptive and effective way of testing students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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The Cost of Conversion Therapy

Adverse outcomes of conversion therapy extend beyond psychological, physical and social; it’s also costly financially.

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