The Biggest, Buzziest Conference for Health Care Investors Convenes Amid Fears the Bubble Will Burst

SAN FRANCISCO — Health care’s business class returned to its San Francisco sanctuary last week for JPMorgan’s annual health care confab, at the gilded Westin St. Francis hotel on Union Square. After a two-year pandemic pause, the mood among the executives, bankers, and startup founders in attendance had the aura of a reunion — as … Read more

HIV Outbreak Persists as Officials Push Back Against Containment Efforts

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Brooke Parker has spent the past two years combing riverside homeless encampments, abandoned houses, and less traveled roads to help contain a lingering HIV outbreak that has disproportionately affected those who live on society’s margins. She shows up to build trust with those she encounters and offers water, condoms, referrals to services, … Read more

Voluntarios electorales quieren que los latinos sepan que votar es bueno para su salud

HUNTINGTON PARK, California. – Jonathan Flores pasó un sábado soleado de fines de octubre tocando a las puertas de los votantes registrados en esta ciudad de clase trabajadora, predominantemente latina, en el sureste del condado de Los Ángeles. La mayoría de las personas no estaban en casa o no abrían la puerta. Algunos de los … Read more

Election Canvassers Want Latinos to Know Voting Is Good for Their Health

HUNTINGTON PARK, Calif. — Jonathan Flores spent a sunny Saturday in late October knocking on the doors of registered voters in this predominantly Latino working-class town in southeastern Los Angeles County. Most people weren’t home or didn’t come to the door. Some of those who did expressed strong opinions about Joe Biden and Donald Trump … Read more