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Newsroom - September 2018

Although we're running low on doctors, the solution may not be more doctors

STAT, September 12, 2018
Less than 5 percent of OB-GYNs practicing in Sacramento, Calif., are under age 40. West Texas can’t recruit enough psychiatrists to meet the region's needs. All but two of Alabama's rural counties need more primary care physicians. Read more »

Valley farmers suffer losses in soggy summer

Daily Hampshire Gazette, September 6, 2018
HADLEY - Twin Oaks Farm co-owner Linda Kingsley said her peppers this year were gorgeous - except that they were full of water. "Everything is just full of water," she said of this season. Read more »

5 reasons why veterans should consider continuing to serve by Working in a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC)

Linkedin, September 6, 2018
A little over three years ago I decided it was time to transition from active military duty into the civilian sector, after a long and very rewarding career. Read more »

Mass. Votes 'Yes' On Question 3 To Keep Law Protecting Transgender People In Public Accommodations

WBUR, September 6, 2018
Massachusetts voters have passed Question 3, an expected decision that upholds a two-year-old state law that protects transgender people in public accommodations. Read more »