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RURAL HEALTH CHALLENGES – Rural Illinois residents regularly face shortages of primary-care doctors and psychiatrists, as well as opioid addiction and overdose, according to a report released Tuesday by a group of Illinois public-health experts. “There are many pieces of the infrastructure that will have to change in order for rural health care to be on par with urban areas,” said Linda Baker, public-policy specialist at the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at SIU. (State Journal-Register)

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