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  1. Food insecurity and COVID-19, and more in this week’s roundup

    Food insecurity in the U.S. by the numbers
    Christianna Silva, NPR, September 27
    With COVID-19 continuing to spread, and millions of Americans still…

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  2. Black babies are more likely to survive during childbirth when cared for by Black doctors, and more in this week’s roundup

    Black babies are more likely to survive when cared for by Black doctors, study finds
    N’dea Yancey-Bragg, USA Today, August 19
    Black newborns are…

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  3. Why our nation’s outbreak preparedness is a health equity issue, and more in this week’s roundup

    HEALTH EQUITY

    Avoiding coronavirus may be a luxury some workers can’t afford
    Claire Cain Miller,…

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  4. The lifelong consequences of growing up homeless in Connecticut, and more in this week’s roundup

    HEALTH DISPARITIES

    Access to care may explain disparities in prostate cancer outcomes

    Nicholas…

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  5. How black pharmacists are closing the cultural gap in health care, and more in this week’s roundup

    HEALTH CARE COSTS
    Colorado’s ski towns could fix the high cost of American health care
    John Tozzi and Hannah Recht, Bloomberg, June 21
    The U.S.…

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  6. The “mega-disparity” people ignore, health care costs eating into workers’ budgets, and more in this week’s roundup

    HEALTH DISPARITIES
    Diabetic amputations a ‘shameful metric’ of inadequate care
    Anna Gorman, Kaiser Health News, April 26
    Blacks and Latinos…

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  7. What a Rwandan medical school can teach the U.S., a new community health worker program in Meriden, and more

    Health Equity

    What a medical school on a Rwandan hilltop can teach the United States
    Sarah Karlin-Smith, Politico, January 27
    Three hours along…

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  8. CT’s new approach to pregnancy outcomes gap, a tool that measures states’ health opportunities and more in this week’s roundup

    Health equity
    Strategic outreach bridging racial gap in pregnancy-related health outcomes
    Elizabeth Heubeck, Connecticut Health Investigative Team,…

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  9. Y Not PREvent DIABETES with the YMCA?

    Today’s blog post comes from one of our grantees, Rebecca Boisvert, Program Coordinator, Diabetes Prevention, YMCA of Greater Hartford.
    During a…

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  10. The silent shame of having a mental illness in a Chinese family, and more in this week’s roundup

    children’s health
    A troubling prognosis for migrant children in detention: ‘The earlier they’re out, the better’
    Benedict Carey, The New York…

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