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Alleviating the Financial Burden of Poverty with Medicaid

Joseph Benitez shares new research that shows Medicaid recipients may benefit beyond increased access to care.

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Dems’ New Drug Pricing Deal: What You Need to Know

Stacie Duestzina shares key takeaways from the drug pricing provisions of the new Inflation Reduction Act.

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A New Way to Think About Hospital Access

Yaa Akosa Antwi shares new research on the capacity of hospitals to meet the needs of the surrounding community.

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‘Abortion Funds’ Growing Role Post-Roe’ Transcript

‘Abortion Funds’ Growing Role Post-Roe’ Transcript July 21, 2022 Note: This transcript has been created with a combination of machine ears and human eyes. There may be small differences between this document and the audio version, which is one of many reasons we encourage you to listen to the episode! Listen in Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify…

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Abortion Funds’ Growing Role Post-Roe

Independent abortion funds have been flooded with donations post-Roe. How do these funds work and what role will they play in a post-Roe world?

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What We Breathe Matters

Dr. Natasha DeJarnett shares new research that summarizes evidence exploring how air pollution harms human health.

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BONUS: Talking 988 with The Takeaway

We share a segment from the public radio show The Takeaway featuring Dan Gorenstein talking about 988.

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‘Answering the Call, Part 3: America’s New Crisis Line Goes Live’ Transcript

In Part 3 of our special series on 988, we go on the ground to hear from individuals working in their communities to prepare for America’s new mental health crisis line to go live.

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Answering the Call, Part 3: America’s New Crisis Line Goes Live

In Part 3 of our special series, we hear from individuals working in their communities to prepare for the launch of 988.

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How Second Opinions Cost Female Physicians Big Money

Manasvini Singh shares new research that examines whether male patients trust female physicians less.

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