Our latest Real to Reel newsletter offers compelling stories about the effort to keep deadly pathogens out of our food, tobacco’s grip on China and a doctor’s ship that’s a safe harbor for women.
Hollywood, Health & Society, the CDC and the Writers Guild of America, East will present “The Double XX Files: Health and Justice for Women in Film and TV” at the WGAE in New York.
Entries are now being accepted for the 2105 Sentinel Awards, which honor outstanding TV storytelling that educates and motivates viewers to make choices for healthier and safer lives. This year, original streaming network shows are eligible.
|Mar 30||Doctors with #cancer push California to allow aid In dying. http://t.co/chHy2S2ocQ|
|Mar 30||RT @annagorman: South L.A.'s MLK hospital will reopen with a new healthcare outlook http://t.co/oKxeO6vqLs @skarlamangla|
|Mar 30||RT @CalEndow: In CA, just 5% of undoc male farmworkers and 1% of undoc female farmworkers have health care through an employer. #HealthAndJ…|
|Mar 30||Call for entries: 2015 #SentinelAwards honor great TV storytelling on health/#climatechange. https://t.co/0nRjXNXaMG http://t.co/xfFQKSVIzb|