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Alex Youth Health Bus

For teenagers who can't talk to their parents about their health issues, like birth control, for example, or depression--getting help can be tough. But if you're a student at any of the eight Calgary high schools on the route of the Youth Health Bus, you're covered. It's a free health clinic on wheels staffed by a nurse, doctor, and youth worker, and it's run by The Alex, a not-for-profit community health network. The CBC's Jenn Blair went on a ride along

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