Vaccine allocation detours many of America’s small towns

By Natalie Eilbert Medill Reports From above, the roads in Walnut, Kansas, intersect into the green and gray geometry typical of so many rural towns in Middle America. Main Street, the major town artery, offers a bar, a bank, the fire department and a post office. In January, the Crawford County Health Department announced on […]

Chicago: A City Divided on Dental Care

By Danielle Prieur and Neil Murthy T his is a tale of two clinics. At first glance, it may seem that Drs. Robert Krueger and Susana Torres share much in common. Both are dentists in the Chicago area who have practiced for many years. Both have a passion for their profession and share a special […]