Jackie Sedley

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Housing shortages left many UC Santa Barbara students struggling to secure roofs over their heads back in the fall. The school year is ending – where are they now?

Will student housing crisis repeat itself at UCSB this fall?

Housing shortages left many UC Santa Barbara students struggling to secure roofs over their heads back in the fall. The school year is ending – where are they now?

from Greater LA

To get a COVID test now, you have to be a savvy consumer. KCRW shares tips on navigating options from LA County, pharmacies, and drugstores.

How to get COVID tests via LA County, pharmacies, drugstores — and avoid scams

To get a COVID test now, you have to be a savvy consumer. KCRW shares tips on navigating options from LA County, pharmacies, and drugstores.

from Greater LA

Three women help their communities by feeding Afghan kids, giving free beauty services to unhoused Angelenos, and destigmatizing mental health among Latino families.

‘Helpers’ reflect on 2021: Afghanistan, Skid Row, Latinx mental health

Three women help their communities by feeding Afghan kids, giving free beauty services to unhoused Angelenos, and destigmatizing mental health among Latino families.

from Greater LA

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

How will the CDC change to prevent future public health crises? And how is the U.S. addressing monkeypox outbreaks and vaccine availability?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Philosopher Alain de Botton shares his thoughts on love and relationships. Psychologist Tracy Dennis-Tiwary explains why anxiety is on the rise.

from Life Examined

China is still enforcing strict COVID-19 restrictions, including lockdowns that force millions of people to stay in their homes for days on end.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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from Second Opinion

Panelists discuss Liz Cheney’s primary loss in Wyoming, the Republican Party’s shift over the last 30 years, and the complexities behind vaccine mandates.

from Left, Right & Center

It turns out that much of what we’ve been told about antidepressants is wrong or misleading. The prevailing thinking has led to huge sales with little evidence of effectiveness.

from Second Opinion

Scientists are checking LA sewage for coronavirus. As fewer people report test results, health officials say the data helps them see what’s next with the pandemic.

from Greater LA

Fingerboards, the palm-sized skateboards you steer with your fingers, are tokens of 1990s nostalgia that’s gaining interest among a new generation of riders.

from Greater LA