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Five on Friday: Nuclear Detonation Preparedness and Jack Geiger on Expiring Health Care for the Poor

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Five on Friday: MCN's 2018 Top Five Reading List

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Happy New Year! As 2018 begins and the cold season continues, it's a great time to sip warm tea and cuddle up with a good book! Here are a few that MCN staff have enjoyed in 2017 and into the new year:

 

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Five on Friday: A Journey Through a Land of Extreme Poverty and Freakonomics on the Headwinds/Tailwinds Theory

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MCN offices are closed today, but we still had plenty to talk about this holiday week. What health justice stories and resources excited you this week? What can you use in the new year? 

 

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A Journey Through a Land of Extreme Poverty: Welcome to America

 

Five on Friday: Brazil Fights H.I.V. With Free Preventive Drug and the Premature Birth Report Card

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Happy Friday to you! Here are five pieces that caught our attention at our Migrant Clinicians Network offices this week. What did you read? Share it with us on Facebook.

 

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Brazil Fights H.I.V. Spike in Youths With Free Preventive Drug

 

Five on Friday: Worker Deaths from Using Methylene Chloride and Teenager Develops Heat-related Illness App

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As the holidays ramp up, our free time gets sucked away. Here, we’ve collected a few health justice pieces that MCN staff read this week, in case you missed some of the stories that matter. What did you read that you recommend to us? Let us know on Facebook.

 

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Five on Friday: Wage Theft of Harvey Reconstruction Workers and Caring for Migrant Health Care Workers

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December has arrived! Before you dive into the weekend’s festivities, take amoment to read some interesting articles and perspectives on migrant health! Here are five pieces from this week recommended by MCN staff.

 

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Five on Friday: The Metabolic Legacy of Environmental Injustice and Slave Auctions in Libya

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Five on Friday: How a Small Hospital in Puerto Rico Survived Hurricane Maria and Rural America’s Disappearing Maternity Care

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Five on Friday: Scientists Solve 50-Year-Old Mystery About Breakbone Fever and Community Health Workers Help Vulnerable Communities

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Another very full week here at Migrant Clinicians Network! Here are this week’s five articles on public health topics of interest that we thought you’d enjoy, chosen by MCN staff members.

 

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Promotores de Salud, Al Rescate en Comunidades Vulnerables

 

Five on Friday: Climate Change’s Affects on Health and Exploring Race and Farming in America

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Crisp mornings, shorter days, and orange leaves on the orchard floors -- fall has arrived. Even has the harvest seasons slow down on many farms, we continue to work for the health needs of agricultural workers. Here are a few articles that crossed the desks of MCN staff members that we thought you might find useful, too.

 

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