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California Fires Only Add to Acute Housing Crisis

By THOMAS FULLER, KIRK JOHNSON and CONOR DOUGHERTY

With thousands of homes destroyed in the wildfires, the homeless crisis just got worse.

A Florida City, Hit Hard by Hurricane Michael, Seeks More Housing Aid

By GLENN THRUSH

Panama City, Fla., is urging FEMA to move faster to provide housing to thousands of people whose homes were damaged or destroyed by the storm.

After the Hurricane Came the Con

By KAYA LATERMAN

Six years after Sandy devastated Long Island, homeowners are still dealing with the wreckage of a sweet-talking contractor who took their money and left their houses unfinished.

Doctors: When the Hospice Care System Fails

By DANIELA J. LAMAS, M.D.

Your father was gasping for breath. The hospice care providers had not yet trained you in how to respond. So you called 911.

Where’d You Hear That? A Rumor Mill Churns Amid Hurricane Michael’s Rubble

By ALAN BLINDER

Bed bugs have infested a shelter. FEMA is distributing free cash. Rumors like these have swept the Florida Panhandle since the hurricane. It’s like a game of telephone.

Global Health: Tiny Nanoparticles to Treat a Huge Problem: Snakebites

By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.

Snakes kill or cripple 500,000 people a year, but antivenins are costly and rare in poor countries. Now scientists are testing injectable nanoparticles that neutralize venom.

Global Health: Tiny Nanoparticles to Treat a Huge Problem: Snakebites

By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.

Snakes kill or cripple 500,000 people a year, but antivenins are costly and rare in poor countries. Now scientists are testing injectable nanoparticles that neutralize venom.

Hurricane Michael: How to Prepare and Stay Safe

By LIVIA ALBECK-RIPKA and JOHN SCHWARTZ

Officials said it was too late for Florida Panhandle residents to evacuate their homes and advised them to shelter in place. Here are some tips if you’re in the path of the storm.

β€˜Presidential Alert’ Goes to Millions of Cellphones Across the U.S.

By KAREN ZRAICK

The alert, at 2:18 p.m. Wednesday, was the first nationwide test of a wireless emergency alert system, designed to warn of a major threat, like a terror attack or natural disaster.

How to (Maybe) Avoid Sticker Shock at the Emergency Room

By RICHARD KLASCO, M.D. and RICHARD ZANE, M.D.

Knowing whether to use an urgent care center, a retail clinic, virtual care or the emergency room can make a big difference in cost.

Doctors: My Patient’s Sisters

By HELEN OUYANG, M.D.

It was vividly clear, in every touch and gaze, that a patient’s family had made the right decision.

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