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Embattled Public Health Workers Leaving At 'Steady And Alarming' Rate

More than 70 local public health officials have resigned or been fired since the start of the pandemic. They're over-worked and the subject of harassment from community leaders and residents.

How Did I Get Here ODESZA
The Glow Sarah Neufeld

A cedar tree that burned in a recent wildfire, in the Mishmish forest, Akkar, Lebanon. Sam Tarling for NPR hide caption

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Climate Change Closes In On Lebanon's Iconic Cedar Trees

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Calm baechulgi
Synth Is Not Love Black Devil Disco Club & Bernard Fevre
Morning Ô Lake
T-Shirt Pecas
Pipeline The Ventures

Adam Woodrum and his son, Robert, get ready for a bike ride near their home in Carson City, Nev., this month. During the summer, Robert had a bike accident that resulted in a hefty bill from the family's insurer. Maggie Starbard for KHN hide caption

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A Kid, A Minor Bike Accident And A $19,000 Medical Bill

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World in Motion New Order
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Embattled Public Health Workers Leaving At 'Steady And Alarming' Rate

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Starcourt Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein

Argentinean singer-songwriter Suni Paz has been selected for the 2020 class of NEA Heritage Fellows. Ramiro Fauve/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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NEA Heritage Fellow Suni Paz Sings For Children And The Have-Nots

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Refsalosa de mi escuela Suni Paz
The Colour of Crumar Mark Ronson and the Business Intl

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