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Five on Friday: Mental Health Awareness Month

MCN Five on Friday - Mental Health Awareness Month

 

Five on Friday: Workers’ Memorial Day

MCN Five on Friday - Worker's Memorial Day

 

Five on Friday: Planetary Health Edition

MCN Five on Friday - Earth Day

 

Five on Friday: Doubling Down for World Health

MCN Five on Friday - two apples

 

Five on Friday: Spring Edition

MCN Five on Friday - Spring pink flower blossoms. Photo by Antonio Ron

 

Five on Friday: Global Report Shows Over 1 Million People Displaced within the US

MCN Five on Friday

 

Five on Friday: Meet Maria Moreno, the First Farm Worker Woman in America To Be Hired As A Union Organizer

MCN Five on Friday - Maria Moreno in Field

 

It can be a challenge to select just five pieces to highlight each week. Here are some of the articles that we bet you haven’t seen yet this week -- and we think you’ll enjoy them and maybe find them useful in your own work in health justice. Pull up a chair, grab some tea, and dive in to this week’s Five on Friday:

 

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Five on Friday: Medical Student's Career Slipping Away as Trump Unlawfully Ends DACA Protections

MCN Five on Friday - Statue of Liberty

 

Five on Friday: Hope and Side Effects of Tuberculosis and Why Community Health Centers Matter

MCN Five on Friday

 

Friday is once again tugging on our brains, luring us into the weekend before 5pm… What are your plans this weekend? Care to add a little bit of health reading into the mix? Here are five recommendations from MCN staff.

 

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Five on Friday: The Elderly Lack Protection Against the Flu and the Results of MCN’s Protecting Children Project

MCN Five on Friday

 

The flu makes its appearance not just in this week’s Five on Friday recommendations -- it’s responsible for the slowdown of our dear blog! But we’ll be back and in full force next week. For now, I’ve pushed aside the ginger tea and tissues box to pull up the top five recommendations from MCN this week. Enjoy and stay healthy!

 

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