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Q&A: The Denver Post Spotlights Psychotropic Drug Use among Foster Kids

Q&A: The Denver Post Spotlights Psychotropic Drug Use among Foster Kids

Last week, The Denver Post published “Prescription Kids,” a deeply reported six-part series on the rising prescription of psychotropic drugs for foster children. Post reporter Jennifer Brown shares how the series was reported in a Q&A.
posted by Ryan White | Wed, 04/23/2014 - 4:00am
170 pounds lighter: Ben Lomond woman shares her story

170 pounds lighter: Ben Lomond woman shares her story

Two years ago Sara Keenan was overweight and dependent on pain-killers that were shutting down her lungs and putting her at risk of dying. Today she is off pain-killers and 170 pounds lighter, with ambitions to become a personal coach to give hope to others who are overweight. Here is how she did it
posted by Jondi Gumz | Tue, 04/22/2014 - 10:20am
'Nevermind' Says White House About Limiting Expensive Drugs Thanks To 'Patient' Groups

'Nevermind' Says White House About Limiting Expensive Drugs Thanks To 'Patient' Groups

As private insurers balk at paying as much a month as $830 for Abilify, $250 for Seroquel, $450 for Geodon and $760 for Invega, Pharma increasingly relies on government programs to subsidize its expensive psychiatric drug habit.
posted by Martha Rosenberg | Mon, 04/21/2014 - 6:35pm
'The Verification Handbook': A guide to verifying digital content for emergency coverage

'The Verification Handbook': A guide to verifying digital content for emergency coverage

The Verification Handbook is now freely available online at a verificationhandbook.com. It's available in html, PDF, ePub, or Kindle versions, and is billed as a resource for both journalists and aid providers.
posted by Michael Sholinbeck | Mon, 04/21/2014 - 3:17pm
All for Antlers: Q&A with Ryan Sabalow of The Indy Star

All for Antlers: Q&A with Ryan Sabalow of The Indy Star

The Indianapolis Star's “Buck Fever” series presents a deeply researched and artfully presented investigation into the captive-deer hunting industry. In our Q&A, reporter Ryan Sabalow shares how the series was reported and the health risks he uncovered along the way.
posted by William Heisel | Fri, 04/18/2014 - 4:00am

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