Jessica Glenza

Health reporter @GuardianUS. Floridian living in Jersey

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US opioids: number of addicted women giving birth quadrupled over 15 years
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US opioids: number of addicted women giving birth quadrupled over 15 years
August, 9 2018
Zika: one in seven babies with mothers exposed to virus developed health issues
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Zika: one in seven babies with mothers exposed to virus developed health issues
August, 7 2018
'Flaming feminist' Ruth Bader Ginsburg wants five more years – at least
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'Flaming feminist' Ruth Bader Ginsburg wants five more years – at least
July, 30 2018
How anti-abortion activists use cutting edge science to justify ever stricter laws
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How anti-abortion activists use cutting edge science to justify ever stricter laws
July, 13 2018
Supreme court pick 'five-alarm fire' for democracy, top activist says
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Supreme court pick 'five-alarm fire' for democracy, top activist says
July, 10 2018
Protesters march against Trump immigration policies – as it happened
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Protesters march against Trump immigration policies – as it happened
June, 30 2018
A grave threat to women's rights: 24 US states could ban abortion in two years
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A grave threat to women's rights: 24 US states could ban abortion in two years
June, 30 2018
Capital Gazette: US mass shooters and their history of violence towards women
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Capital Gazette: US mass shooters and their history of violence towards women
June, 30 2018
The US children working in tobacco fields: 'I wanted to help my mama'
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The US children working in tobacco fields: 'I wanted to help my mama'
June, 28 2018
Abortion rights in 'dire, immediate danger' as Anthony Kennedy retires
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Abortion rights in 'dire, immediate danger' as Anthony Kennedy retires
June, 27 2018
Supreme court rules in favour of anti-abortion clinics in free speech case
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Supreme court rules in favour of anti-abortion clinics in free speech case
June, 26 2018
New Jersey town made famous by Springsteen at centre of gentrification row
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New Jersey town made famous by Springsteen at centre of gentrification row
June, 17 2018
Tailoring cancer treatment to genetic profile extends lives, study finds
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Tailoring cancer treatment to genetic profile extends lives, study finds
June, 6 2018
Taking aspirin with acid reducers can slow advance of esophogeal cancer
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Taking aspirin with acid reducers can slow advance of esophogeal cancer
June, 4 2018
Older men are overusing prostate cancer screening tool, experts say
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Older men are overusing prostate cancer screening tool, experts say
May, 8 2018
Flint crisis, four years on: what little trust is left continues to wash away
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Flint crisis, four years on: what little trust is left continues to wash away
April, 25 2018
Pay gap worsened for women under 40 over last two years, US study finds
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Pay gap worsened for women under 40 over last two years, US study finds
April, 10 2018
USDA secretary accused of siding with industry over science in new report
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USDA secretary accused of siding with industry over science in new report
April, 4 2018
'Hungry tapeworm': teachers strike as healthcare costs cut into earnings
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'Hungry tapeworm': teachers strike as healthcare costs cut into earnings
April, 3 2018
Opioids prescribed less in states where medical marijuana legal, studies find
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Opioids prescribed less in states where medical marijuana legal, studies find
April, 2 2018
FDA pushes to lower nicotine to 'minimally or non-addictive levels'
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FDA pushes to lower nicotine to 'minimally or non-addictive levels'
March, 15 2018
Sky-high prices of everything make US healthcare the world's most expensive
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Sky-high prices of everything make US healthcare the world's most expensive
March, 13 2018
Lead exposure may be linked to 412,000 premature US deaths yearly, study says
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Lead exposure may be linked to 412,000 premature US deaths yearly, study says
March, 12 2018
US cancer network recommending expensive drugs based on weak evidence, study finds
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US cancer network recommending expensive drugs based on weak evidence, study finds
March, 7 2018
Opioid crisis: overdoses increased by a third across US in 14 months, says CDC
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Opioid crisis: overdoses increased by a third across US in 14 months, says CDC
March, 6 2018
People using payday loans more likely to report poor health, study finds
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People using payday loans more likely to report poor health, study finds
March, 5 2018
Hey, that’s my hometown! How it feels to have Putin target your birthplace
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Hey, that’s my hometown! How it feels to have Putin target your birthplace
March, 1 2018
States consider bringing prescription drugs from Canada to US as costs soar
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States consider bringing prescription drugs from Canada to US as costs soar
March, 1 2018
Opioid crisis: justice department to back local lawsuits against manufacturers
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Opioid crisis: justice department to back local lawsuits against manufacturers
February, 27 2018
Disgraced anti-vaxxer Andrew Wakefield aims to advance his agenda in Texas election
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Disgraced anti-vaxxer Andrew Wakefield aims to advance his agenda in Texas election
February, 26 2018
Transgender woman able to breastfeed in first documented case
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Transgender woman able to breastfeed in first documented case
February, 14 2018
US care homes over-prescribing drugs for residents with dementia, report finds
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US care homes over-prescribing drugs for residents with dementia, report finds
February, 5 2018
Teens who use e-cigarettes are more likely to try smoking, report shows
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Teens who use e-cigarettes are more likely to try smoking, report shows
January, 23 2018
Young women's ADHD prescriptions have soared since 2003, CDC finds
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Young women's ADHD prescriptions have soared since 2003, CDC finds
January, 18 2018
New office will help medical providers deny treatment on religious grounds
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New office will help medical providers deny treatment on religious grounds
January, 18 2018
Why does it cost $32,093 just to give birth in America?
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Why does it cost $32,093 just to give birth in America?
January, 16 2018
Doctors say new Medicaid rules 'like asking people to work with an anchor on their back'
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Doctors say new Medicaid rules 'like asking people to work with an anchor on their back'
January, 13 2018
How does Donald Trump's health compare with the average American?
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How does Donald Trump's health compare with the average American?
January, 12 2018
Fertility and canapés: why egg freezing parties are a hot item on Wall St
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Fertility and canapés: why egg freezing parties are a hot item on Wall St
January, 2 2018
America's opioid epidemic began more than a century ago – with the civil war
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America's opioid epidemic began more than a century ago – with the civil war
December, 30 2017
Life expectancy in US down for second year in a row as opioid crisis deepens
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Life expectancy in US down for second year in a row as opioid crisis deepens
December, 21 2017
More US teens are vaping than smoking cigarettes, study finds
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More US teens are vaping than smoking cigarettes, study finds
December, 14 2017
More than half of American children set to be obese by 35, study finds
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More than half of American children set to be obese by 35, study finds
November, 30 2017
Trump's health secretary pick pitches himself as opponent to high drug prices
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Trump's health secretary pick pitches himself as opponent to high drug prices
November, 29 2017
Tobacco mea culpa: companies to run 'corrective' ads in US on smoking's harm
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Tobacco mea culpa: companies to run 'corrective' ads in US on smoking's harm
November, 26 2017
A tragic death and college football's reckoning over brain injuries amid a new class-action lawsuit
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A tragic death and college football's reckoning over brain injuries amid a new class-action lawsuit
November, 25 2017
Only one in 10 Americans eat enough fruits and vegetables, CDC study finds
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Only one in 10 Americans eat enough fruits and vegetables, CDC study finds
November, 17 2017
Fewer consume sugary drinks but decline is uneven across US, study says
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Fewer consume sugary drinks but decline is uneven across US, study says
November, 14 2017
Trump nominates ex-drug company executive as new health secretary
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Trump nominates ex-drug company executive as new health secretary
November, 13 2017
Ban Ki-moon urges US to shun 'powerful interests' and adopt universal healthcare
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Ban Ki-moon urges US to shun 'powerful interests' and adopt universal healthcare
November, 9 2017
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