NO PLACE LIKE LA IS OUR NEW SERIES THAT ASKS TRANSPLANTS AND IMMIGRANTS TO LA, “WHEN WAS THE MOMENT YOU FELT THAT LOS ANGELES WAS TRULY HOME?”THIS IS THE STORY OF POLLY MORRIS FROM SANTA MONICA.
Every week we highlight a few stories produced by PIN partner newsrooms informed by sources in the Public Insight Network.
That’s a lot of moving parts, but the problem it aims to address is a real (and expensive) one: nonadherence, which is the term for patients not following through with prescribed treatment. Nonadherence is a problem for people with many kinds of health issues, such as hypertension and high cholesterol.
Robert Matsuda would welcome a tracking pill. He said his brother has schizophrenia. Matsuda remembers his brother getting violent with him once when he stopped taking his medicine.
“What happened, is like, his body chemistry changed,” Matsuda said. “And that’s when his behavior took a downturn.”
Saturday, November 11, is Veterans Day — a holiday that honor those who’ve served in the U.S. armed forces. Take Two reached out to Public Insight Network sources to find out how they plan to honor the special vets in their life.
As America observes Veterans Day, Take Two brought together two veterans of different generations (both part of the Public Insight Network) to share their experiences with one another.
While the GOP tax plan has come under fire on several fronts, one proposal getting less attention would do away with the medical expense deduction. People like PIN news source Dale Berman of Burbank say it’s helped them a lot.
Known as the “Queen of Tejano Music,” Selena rose to fame in the early nineties as a Spanish language singer. Her crossover into English pop was cut short when she was killed by the former president of her fan club. She was only 23 years old. Today, S…
Los Angeles has the reputation of being a pretty haunted place. Landmarks like the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel, the Queen Mary and Griffith Park are known as spooktacular destinations —especially this time of year.
In the true spirit of Halloween, KPCC listeners told us about their personal ghostly tales here in L.A.
PIN sources share their observations, views and concerns about protests that have followed the acquittal of a police officer of a first-degree murder change in the shooting death of a suspected drug dealer.
Many Angelenos are basking in the glow of last night’s win against the Houston Astros – and the fact that the Dodgers are playing in the World Series at all.
Several sources were featured in an audio montage.