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Tagged with: Health

Berkeley professor from Angola talks about the threat to abortion rights—globally

Dr. Ndola Prata: 'When laws get highly punitive, the poor are affected'

Unlike London Breed, I never took my mask off. Now COVID cases are up again

The mayor's 'back to normal' stance seems to mean reinvigorating the Financial District more than protecting her constituents

Proud people who stutter hold event to mark first awareness week in SF

Verbal differences have caused alienation, isolation, and trauma—and the community is working to change that.

It’s Election Day Tuesday. The supes districts lines are still not finished.

Plus: Are the cops doing their job, and do they really need more money? That's The Agenda for April 18-24

ODC dances downtown—and right into its next 50+ years

Finally returning in an 11-day dance fest, the company remains 'bold and adventurous as well as touching and subtle'

‘We knew we would bring the art’: Expo sounds alarm to reunite separated families

Galería de la Raza, YBCA, and other community organizations team up on compelling "Pedagogy of Hope"

Harm reduction is the missing element in Breed’s Tenderloin program

Local groups have been doing this work for decades. They weren't included when the Mayor's Office set new policies.

The Treasure Island toll is regressive, pointless—and still somehow alive

The developers got a sweet deal, and now want to make low-income residents pay for the ferry service they need to sell high-end condos.

The end of mask mandates at Warriors games threatens workers

18,000 unmasked fans at Chase Center? What about the people who have to go to work there?

‘We feel abandoned’: Bayview protest highlights ongoing toxic waste scandal

Community demands excavation and removal of Hunters Point Naval Shipyard radioactive residue, with local oversight.