Here’s a roundup of news, interviews, social-media posts and other coverage of Public Health Watch, its staff and contributors.
Public Health Watch turns a year old on Wednesday. That’s hard for me to fathom. A year goes by very quickly when you’re engrossed in something meaningful. A little history is in order.
The reverberations from Public Health Watch’s June 2 investigative package on air pollution in Harris County, Texas, continue.
Today’s edition of Nieman Storyboard, published by the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University, has a feature on Public Health Watch.