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Workplace Safety: As economy recovers, workplace deaths rise

Workplace Safety: As economy recovers, workplace deaths rise

An analysis of federal workplace accident data found that more people die while on job in California's Riverside and San Bernardino counties when economic times are good. State regulators say safety should now be foremost as more people re-enter the workforce.
By David Danelski | 10/30/2014
Let's talk: A closer look at social anxiety disorder

Let's talk: A closer look at social anxiety disorder

Earlier this year, I shut down at the Association of Health Care Journalists conference in Denver. What makes me crumble like this? I don’t know, but I have a hunch: I’m pretty sure I have a social phobia.
By Lee Adcock | 10/30/2014
Amid demographic shift, Calif.’s Latino children face obstacles to health

Amid demographic shift, Calif.’s Latino children face obstacles to health

While Latino children may have reached majority status in California, they still face greater challenges in accessing care and healthy environments than their white peers. A new report finds especially large health disparities among kids from Spanish-speaking households.
By Ryan White | 10/30/2014
Health Media Jobs and Opportunities: CNN Health needs new senior editor

Health Media Jobs and Opportunities: CNN Health needs new senior editor

To keep up with the latest discussions on topics relevant to health journalists, follow Career GPS posts and job listings via RSS. To submit a job listing, send me an email at alromano@usc.edu.
By Anna Romano | 10/30/2014
Court records fill in gaps when dentist's patients keep mum

Court records fill in gaps when dentist's patients keep mum

The allegations of dental negligence against Dr. Robert Tupac described a host of problems — painful eight-hour dental surgery performed without anesthesia, crumbling dental work, drooling and bone loss. But with patients not eager to talk to a reporter, court records proved key to the story.
By Rachel Cook | 10/29/2014

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