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Calixto Orantes, right, his son Julio, 17, center, and wife Edel, left, play with their new puppies at their home.

Day I: Three East Bay ZIP codes, life-and-death disparities

This story was produced as part of a larger project led by Suzanne Bohan and Sandy Kleffman, participants in the  Other stories in this series include:
At California Cartage near the Port of Long Beach, 68-year-old Jose Rodriguez said it gets hot inside the shipping containers.

New Rule Would Require Employers to Protect Indoor Workers From Heat Illness

This story was produced as a project for the 2018 Impact Fund.
Dennis Terry takes inventory at the Mandela Food Cooperative on Seventh Street in west Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday.

Day IV: Preventing disparities at forefront of health care reform

This story was produced as part of a larger project led by Suzanne Bohan and Sandy Kleffman, participants in the  Other stories in this series include:
The Rev. Jeffrey M. Parker prays during a service at Community Reformed Church in the Sobrante Park neighborhood.

Day III: Residents battle to overcome health inequities

This story was produced as part of a larger project led by Suzanne Bohan and Sandy Kleffman, participants in the  Other stories in this series include:
John Fitzpatrick awaits his appointment during his monthly asthma clinic at Children's Hospital Oakland in Oakland, Calif., on T

Day II: Health problems persist when options are limited

This story was produced as part of a larger project led by Suzanne Bohan and Sandy Kleffman, participants in the  Other stories in this series include:
Dr. Tolbert Small helped spread awareness and treatment of sickle cell. (Photo by Drew Costley)

How I reported on sickle cell, from the outside in

There was a lot going on in my head when I started reporting — was I the right person to write the story? I am not African American, and I did not know anyone with sickle cell.
(Photo by Ben Lowery via Creative Commons)

Should pregnant women be induced? The conventional wisdom is challenged

For as long as physicians can remember, it has been a truism that inductions of labor lead to an increased risk of cesarean delivery. That belief has now been turned on its head.
Freak out over fungus is better used as fuel for investigative reporting

Freak out over fungus is better used as fuel for investigative reporting

Instead of leaping onto the fearwagon when a bug seems to appear out of nowhere, check the science. Then consider seeking out the real infection hotspots in your community.

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