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

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

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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

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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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Five on Friday: Valentine’s Edition

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Five on Friday: The Definition of Health Equity and CHroniCles: The Community Health Center Story

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Happy Anniversary, Five on Friday! For the last three years, we have opened up our inboxes to share with you the many useful new resources, pertinent news items, and entertaining podcasts that relate to health justice for the mobile poor. We hope you’ve enjoyed reading this each week as much as we’ve enjoyed compiling it! Keep sending us your own recommendations… and enjoy your weekend.

 

Five on Friday: CDC Scales Back Work in 39 Countries and Mudslides Take Heavy Toll on Immigrants

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Another very busy week here at MCN! Yet, we still find time to share pieces that we think are relevant to our work. Here are a few that you might find useful as well.

 

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CDC to Scale Back Work in Dozens of Foreign Countries Amid Funding Worries

 

Five on Friday: Why So Many Doctors Kill Themselves, and the Search for Solutions as CHIP Funding Runs Low

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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

 

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