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Q&A with Tracy Wood, Part 2: Finding the Right Records to Tell Orange County's Park Story

Journalist Tracy Wood talks about her investigation into a lack of parks in some Orange County (Calif.) cities and how it affects residents' health.

Young Guns and Media Images

We have long been worried about the ways in which the media helps perpetuate negative stereotypes of boys and men of color, but this appears to be overtly criminalizing a preschooler.

Fumes with a View

More than two decades after U.S. regulators first issued guidelines on ra

Forget the Anthony Weiner Scandal – Consider the Sacking of New York’s Medicaid Inspector General

The Anthony Weiner scandal, to my mind, was the least interesting news coming out of New York political circles last week. The most interesting is the apparent sacking of New York's aggressive Medicaid Inspector General.

Orange County park history is a tale of two counties

Tracy Wood reports on why parks are so scarce in one half of California's Orange County, but not the other half.

Kids battle the lure of junk food

Nathan's just 14, but he's no slouch. He's articulate, creative, has a good group of friends and seems to take time to think about what he's doing. He's also been overweight for most of his life. To him, it feels like a curse.

New FCC Journalism Report Paints Bleak Picture of Health Coverage

The long-awaited Federal Communications Commission report on American journalism, Information Needs of Communities, paints a poignant picture of the decline of health journalism at the nation’s newspapers.

Surviving and thriving: What works to make teens stronger, more resilient

It's third period at Castlemont Business and Information Technology School in East Oakland. A visitor begins a discussion about poverty, bad food and crime. Tough times? Tough streets? These high school students aren't stressing.

Diabetes Hands Foundation Wins 2 Telly Awards for Big Blue Test video

Diabetes Hands Foundation won 2 Telly Awards! The Big Blue Test video that went viral surrounding the Big Blue Test diabetes awareness campaign last November took the honors. The Big Blue Test video won 1 silver (the highest honor) and 1 bronze award.

Two Healing Traditions Meet on the Plains

The National Library of Medicine plans an exhibit of Native American healing practices this fall. In preparation, its physician-director met and questioned nine renowned Indian medicine men in Bismark, ND, a rare encounter.

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How can journalists and foundations collaborate to deepen and improve reporting on underserved communities? Our USC Annenberg School of Journalism program in collaboration with The California Endowment, the Wyncote Foundation and Media Impact Funders, convened 75 leaders from both fields.

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