Examining Mental Health Among Hispanics, Asians

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The Everett Herald this week published a four-part series in English and Spanish examining mental health issues among Hispanics living in Washington state.

The series is a part of a health journalism program offered through the Annenberg-California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowships, administered by the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication. Headlines of the series appear below.

* "Alone Among Us" (Sayler/Dominguez, Everett Herald, 12/7).


* "Fear of 'Loco' Label" (Sayler/Dominguez, Everett Herald, 12/8).

* "Cultures Turn to Traditional Ways to Heal" (Sayler/Dominguez, Everett Herald, 12/9).

* "Mental Illness Carries Stigma Among Asian Cultures, Too" (Sayler/Dominguez, Everett Herald, 12/9).

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